Tiffin, Ohio — A Tiffin man is facing charges after police raided his residence Tuesday and found suspected drugs, a firearm, and evidence of drug trafficking.
The Seneca County Drug Task Force – METRICH Enforcement Unit, along with additional officers from the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office, Ohio Attorney General’s Office Bureau of Criminal Investigation, and Seneca County Ohio Adult Patrol Authority executed a search warrant with the assistance of the Tiffin Police Department SWAT team and the Fostoria Police Division SRT team, on a residence located at 3727 W. Twp. Rd. 98, Tiffin.
Police say that is the home of 28-year-old Dustin D. Moore.
The search warrant, signed by Judge Jay Meyer of the Seneca County Common Pleas Court – Juvenile Division, unveiled U.S. currency, criminal tools, suspected methamphetamine, suspected heroin/fentanyl, a semi-automatic pistol, and evidence of drug trafficking.
Moore is facing charges of possession of criminal tools, trafficking in methamphetamine, trafficking in heroin/fentanyl, and having weapons under disability. Those charges are pending upon the return of the lab analysis results of the substances located during the operation.
Additional charges of trafficking in cocaine and trafficking in heroin/fentanyl are also pending on Moore at the conclusion of the entire investigation.
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