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Sandusky County Drug Task Force conducts drug raid, suspect still at large




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Fremont, Ohio — The Sandusky County Drug Task Force conducted a drug raid at a residence located at 503 Berry Court in Fremont on Tuesday, resulting in the seizure of a large amount of drugs and drug-related items.

The search warrant was authorized by Judge Jon Ickes following an investigation that started after a vehicular pursuit involving Alan Osborn and multiple law enforcement agencies. The residence is a known address of Osborn, who remains at large, according to a press release from the task force.

During the search, law enforcement officers seized 147 grams of methamphetamine, around 250 suspected fentanyl pills, 60 grams of powdered fentanyl, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and approximately $26,000 in cash. Charges will be filed against Osborn, and the Sandusky County Grand Jury will review several cases related to this investigation, according to the release.

Multiple agencies participated in this cooperative effort, including the Sandusky County Drug Task Force, Sandusky County Prosecutors Office, Sandusky County Sheriff’s Office, Fremont Police Department, Clyde Police Department, Department of Homeland Security, Huron County Sheriff’s Office, and the Ohio National Guard Counter Drug Task Force.

Anyone with information on Osborn’s whereabouts is urged to contact the Sandusky County Sheriff’s Office at (419) 332-2613.

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