Two men, one from Willoughby and another from Euclid, were arrested on May 15 in Willoughby after an alleged drug deal. At about 9:30 a.m., an undercover Willoughby police detective witnessed an alleged drug transaction in the near Barber and Euclid avenues. The detective followed one man, 22-year-old Tenard Davis of Euclid, and made a traffic stop. With the assistance of a Willoughby Hills police K-9 unit, police allegedly found narcotics and a large amount of cash in the vehicle, according to a Willoughby Police Department news release.
The other man involved, 31-year-old Seth Burhenne of Willoughby, was located on Wood Street in Willoughby and was allegedly in possession of heroin and drug instruments, according to the release. Burhenne was charged with one count of fifth-degree felony heroin possession and two counts of first-degree misdemeanor drug abuse instrument possession at his arraignment on May 16.
Bond was set at 10 percent of $3,500 and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for May 22, court records showed. Davis was charged with one count of third-degree felony tampering with evidence, one count of fifth-degree felony crack cocaine possession, one count of fifth-degree felony crack cocaine trafficking and two counts of fifth-degree felony possession of criminal tools. His bond was set at 10 percent of $15,000 and a preliminary hearing was set for May 29, according to court records.