FINDLAY, Ohio — Four people were arrested Friday after authorities executed drug-related search warrants on two separate properties.
The Hancock County METRICH Drug Task Force and the Findlay Police Department’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) conducted the raids at 324 E. Hardin St. and 1324 Logan Ave. in Findlay.
The search of the E. Hardin St. residence unveiled crack cocaine, prescription pills, drug paraphernalia, cash, and items indicative of drug trafficking.
The search of the Logan Ave. residence yielded methamphetamine, prescription pills, a large amount of fentanyl, drug paraphernalia, cash, and items indicative of drug trafficking.
One person, 38-year-old Melinda Delarosa, of Findlay, was arrested at the E. Hardin St. residence. Delarosa faces a charge of possession of crack cocaine, a fourth-degree felony.
Three were arrested at the Logan Ave. residence: 34-year-old Jared Obermeyer, 37-year-old Tonya Julien, and 26-year-old Alicia Frankforther, all of Findlay.
Obermeyer and Julien both face charges of possession of fentanyl, a first-degree felony. Frankforther faces a possession of methamphetamine charge, a fifth-degree felony.
Additional charges are expected at the conclusion of the investigation, according to police.