YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - Youngstown police found several different kinds of drugs from cocaine and heroin to fentanyl strategically hidden inside a house on the south side of the city.
According to a police report, officers raided a house Wednesday on E. Philadelphia Avenue. Inside, they found two bags of heroin, 2 bags of cocaine, a digital scale, surveillance system, and over $1,700 in cash. They also found a safe and money counter in the attic.
As officers continued their search, they found hollowed-out hiding spaces behind bricks in the garage that contained 17 suboxone strips, three bags of cocaine, 2 bags of fentanyl and pills. Police also found a loaded gun and ammunition in the hiding spaces.
Zip Lock baggies and a bag of syringes were also found, the report stated.
Officers arrested 33-year-old Chad Little. He is facing several charges of drug possession.