Husband ran away, but was caught five houses away.
Willard's war on crime success result of police's 'hard work'
New London cops used search warrant Thursday night at 104 North Main St.
Stolen property from a recent burglary also was found on Fruen Street.
The Norwalk Police Department combined efforts with the Willard Police Department and Huron County Sheriff’s Office, all members of the 10-county METRICH drug task force.
Authorities discovered “almost three ounces of heroin/fentanyl” and $6,200 in cash while using a search warrant.
Police say they will continue to “exhaust every effort to help make Willard a safer, friendlier place to love, work and play.”
“It wasn’t the cleanest place,” Bellevue Detective Marc Linder said. “It wasn’t fit for a child, or even really an adult.”
Felony charges include abduction, assault and unlawful restraint
Police and BCI cyber unit seize electronic devices and computers as evidence.
Man, 22, alleged being “tied up in his room to a screw in his wall.”
“He gave us a fairly detailed statement,” Huron County Sheriff Dane Howard said.
Woman, 22, granted intervention.
Norwalk man, woman agree to testify against co-defendant.
Authorities seize loaded guns, suspected drug paraphernalia; suspects considered 'significant part of a larger problem' in community.