On Thursday, August 28, 2014, the Seneca County Drug Task Force-METRICH Enforcement Unit, along with additional Officers from the Tiffin Police Department executed a search warrant on a residence located at 302 Elm Avenue, Tiffin, the residence of Michael M. Perry and Danniell N. Stucky.

The search warrant signed by Judge Mark Repp of the Tiffin Municipal Court unveiled suspected heroin, hypodermic needles, drug paraphernalia, Rx pills, criminal tools, marihuana, US currency and evidence of drug trafficking.

Agents executed the search warrant with the assistance from Tiffin Police Department’s canine unit.

Arrested was Michael M. Perry, Trafficking in Heroin, a Felony of the Third Degree.

Additional charges of Trafficking Heroin, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Criminal Tools and Permitting Drug Abuse are all pending on all the residents found inside at the time of the execution of the search warrant upon the conclusion of the entire drug investigation and the return of the lab analysis of the substances discovered inside the residence.

Task Force Agents discovered 5 (five) children inside the apartment at the time of the execution of the warrant and were released to other family members.

“We were receiving a lot of complaints from residents in the area of the Elm Avenue residence reporting suspected drug activity for some time. With the Task Force resources we were able to confirm & address one of the issues. Our office is going to continue our efforts to rid the drug dealers & improve the quality of life in that neighborhood”…..Chief Fred Stevens, Tiffin Police Department said.

Press Release – August 28, 2014