SPRING HILL, Fla. - A search warrant executed at a Spring Hill home Saturday resulted in the arrest of eight individuals and the seizure of numerous illegal narcotics, paraphernalia and money, according to Hernando County deputies.
Detectives with the Hernando County Sheriff's Office Vice and Narcotics Unit, with the assistance of patrol deputies, property crimes detectives, the Gang Unit and K-9, executed the search warrant at 8315 Spring Hill Drive in Spring Hill.
Ricardo Sellers, William Glover, George Leach, Jeffery Haynes, Gary Jones, Jason Haynes and two juveniles were arrested.
Sellers, who is being held on $41,000 bond is charged with p ossession of crack cocaine with intent to sell within 1000 feet of place of w orship , possession of controlled substance (Dilaudid), possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Glover is being held on $21,000 bond and is charged with possession of crack cocaine with intent to sell within 1000 feet of place of worship, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Leach was given a $1,000 bond is charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jeffrey Haynes and Jones were each given a $500 bond and charged with possession of marijuana.
Jason Haynes is being held without bond. Deputies say he had active warrants for violation of probation (3 counts) and failure to appear.
The juveniles, whose names are being withheld, were booked into jail and released to a guardian. One of the juveniles is facing possession of marijuana charges. The other juvenile is facing possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia charges.
Deputies say Sellers, Leach and Glover have document gang affiliations.
According to deputies, the following is a list of items seized from the residence:
* 5.5 grams of Crack Cocaine
* 6 tablets of Dilaudid
* 2.55 grams of Marijuana
* Numerous items of Drug Paraphernalia (baggies, scale)
* $1,310 in U.S. currency
"Over the last several months, our Vice and Narcotics Unit has been busy developing the evidence necessary to conduct these most recent search warrants," said Sheriff Al Nienhuis. Unfortunately, due to the nature of their work, the average citizen is not able to see all the hard work that goes on behind the scenes to get an investigation to this point.
"Our citizens can rest assured, however, that, even when they don't see law enforcement activity at a problem location, there is a good chance that an in-depth investigation is underway."
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