Two people are in custody following a Sunday raid at 724 Brown St., which netted drugs and guns and evidence of methamphetamine use in the home, according to a news release from the Crestline Police Department.
The search warrant was the result of an ongoing investigation into complaints and tips of manufacturing illegal substances.
During the search, officers found cash, methamphetamine, guns, knives, clubs and evidence of heroin and methamphetamine use in the home, according to Crestline police.
Mathew P. Cobb, 31, 724 Brown St., was arrested on charges of possession of chemicals to manufacturing drugs, manufacturing of drugs, weapons under disability, felony criminal damaging, felony tampering with evidence, possession of drugs, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Cobb also had a felony warrant from Morrow County on a probation violation, according to police.
Cami l. Neese, 25, of Upper Sandusky, is being held for a probation violation, according to the news release.
The Crestline Police Department was assisted by officers from the Crawford County Sherriff’s Office, Bucyrus Police Department, Galion Police Department, Galion Fire Department, Crestline Fire Department, and METRICH Special Investigative Unit.
Originally published in the Telegraph Forum on April 5, 2016.