A scorpion, geese, turtles, ferrets and geese have been additionally removed from the home during as authorities executed a search warrant on 2nd Avenue.
MOGADORE, Ohio — Multiple animals have been removed from a home in Portage County as authorities have been executing a search warrant for alleged drug regulation violations Tuesday.
During the investigation on the home on 2nd Avenue in Mogadore, authorities referred to as the Portage County Animal Protective League in response to the varied animals. Here’s what they removed from the residence, in keeping with the Portage County Sheriff’s Office:
- One cat
- One rabbit
- One scorpion
- Two alligators
- Two geese
- One snapping turtle
- Three tarantulas
- Three turtles
- Four ferrets
- Five canines
- Five snakes
- Six geese
- 300 fish
Pictures of the animals have been shared by the Portage County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook:
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As a results of the search warrant, the Portage County Sheriff’s Office says investigators additionally discovered the next gadgets:
- Two firearms
- Items generally used within the distribution of managed substances
- Digital scale
- THC wax
- Hashish oil
The Portage County Sheriff’s Office can also be working with the Portage County Job and Family Services concerning a juvenile baby who lives within the residence. The managed substances might be despatched to BCI for additional chemical evaluation.
“The investigation is ongoing and criminal charges will be presented for future criminal indictments,” in keeping with the Portage County Sheriff’s Office.
Editor’s notice: Video within the participant above was initially printed in an unrelated story on June 16, 2022.
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