Tiffin, Ohio — A Tiffin man is facing charges after authorities executed a search warrant on his residence Sunday evening.
The Seneca County Drug Task Force (METRICH Enforcement Unit), along with additional officers from the Tiffin Police Department, Fostoria Police Department, and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (Clandestine Lab Unit), conducted a search warrant operation on 38 Main St., Tiffin, which is the residence of 36-year-old Aaron D. Gannon.
The Tiffin Police Department’s Special Response Team (SRT), along with the Fostoria Police Division’s Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team, were utilized to safely and effectively execute the search warrant on the sresidence.
The search warrant, signed by Judge Jay Meyer of the Seneca County Common Pleas Court (Juvenile Division), unveiled suspected methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and U.S. currency.
Charges of domestic violence, unlawful restraint, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of drug paraphernalia are pending on Gannon stemming from the search warrant.
Additional charges of trafficking in methamphetamine and heroin are also pending on Gannon upon the conclusion of the entire drug investigation and return of laboratory analysis results.
According to Interim Chief Jason Windsor of the Tiffin Police Department, the METRICH Task Force has been receiving a lot of tips regarding suspected drug activity at the residence.
“We have been seeing an increase in methamphetamine related calls throughout the entire county and area law enforcement has made it a priority to address those citizen complaints,” Windsor said in a press release. “This operation was successful due to help from the community and teamwork between all Seneca County law enforcement agencies.”