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Two Michigan men arrested in METRICH drug bust

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/25/2013

Two Detroit, Michigan men have been charged with drug trafficking and possession of drugs charges following a bust by the METRICH Enforcement Unit.

Twin brothers, Jamal Witcher, 24 and Jamel Witcher, 24, were arrested and taken to the Richland County Jail Wednesday after a search warrant was served by METRICH with the assistance of ASORT and the Mansfield Police Department at a residence at 95 E. Williams St. in Mansfield.

Sgt. J.D. Petrcycki said METRICH detectives received several citizen complaints about a possible drug house on East Williams Street and an investigation began.

Detectives found three occupants inside the residence after making entry.

 Detectives located a significant amount of heroin and money on Jamel. Jamal was in possession of marijuana and a large some of money. Detectives also seized an assortment of drug paraphernalia throughout the home.

A female occupant was released from the scene pending review of criminal charges.

Jamal was charged with possession of marijuana and trafficking in drugs. Jamel was charged with possession of drugs. Further charges will be submitted to the Richland County Prosecutors Office for further review.

Citizens can call the METRICH crime tip hotline at 419-52-CRIME(7463) o 419-755-9728 to report suspected drug activity.

   
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