THC products confiscated in a drug raid were likely sold to Trumbull Co. youngsters, investigators say
ASHTABULA COUNTY, Ohio (WKBN) – Investigators confiscated significant amounts of drugs, multiple firearms and cash at three separate Ashtabula County drug raids.
The Ashtabula County Crime Enforcement Agency ransacked a house at Block 8100 on Troutman Road in Colebrook Town last week.
During the search, they confiscated prescription pills, THC wax dabs and over $ 2,000 from an 18-year-old’s bedroom.
Investigators say the search led them to the 1800 block of US 322, also in the Colebrook township. When searching a vehicle, investigators took 18 grams of mushrooms, 31 ecstasy tablets, drug paraphernalia and THC products from outside the state.
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They said the THC products were made to look like Apple Jacks and Froot Loops. Investigators believe the products were sold to teenagers and young adults in northern Trumbull County and southern Ashtabula County.
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On Tuesday, the CEAAC and detectives conducted a search warrant in Block 1600 on Dodgeville Road in New Lyme Township.
There, investigators confiscated a loaded, custom-made tactical rifle of the type .223, two 9mm handguns, other firearm parts, about 29 grams of methamphetamine, about six grams of suspected heroin / fentanyl, THC products, drug paraphernalia and over $ 3,800 .
Two people were arrested at the home. Charges are pending in these cases.
The search began with a two month investigation into meth sales from home.