LISBON, Ohio (WKBN) – Police reported finding a small amount of suspected cocaine and materials used to package and sell drugs in homes on West Washington Street and South Street during raids conducted Monday, according to the Lisbon Morning Journal.
Lisbon Police, the Columbiana County Drug Task Force and the county sheriff’s special response team performed the raids, according to Lisbon Police Chief Mike Abraham, who said that the raids were the result of a year-long investigation.
After obtaining search warrants, raids were conducted simultaneously at 7:45 a.m. at 436 W. Washington St. and just outside the village at 9032 South St. in the Jordanville section of Center Township. Abraham said they found a small amount of suspected cocaine and materials used to measure and package drugs for sale at both homes.
No arrests were made but charges are expected to eventually be filed, said Drug Task Force Director Brian McLaughlin.