Drugs seized, arrests made in Oak Hil...

Drugs seized, arrests made in Oak Hill bust

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I EAT BEER FOR DINNER

Crestline, OH

#1 Mar 12, 2011
The court's news release was as follows:
Primary observations and strategies were developed by Oak Hill Police Officers Dave Ward and Wes Skaggs (Skaggs also serves as a Jackson Municipal Court Probation Officer).
The joint team was under the command of Oak Hill Chief Christopher Gruber accompanied by Sgt. Scott Hughes, Ptl. Dave Ward, Wes Skaggs, Chuck Bock, and Sean McIntyre. They were joined by the two undercover units from the Gallipolis City PD Drug Investigation Unit, Lt. Matthew Champlin and Officer Adam Holcomb; and also, Chief Bailiff Ray Venatter, and Deputy Chief Derek Cales from Municipal Court. Assisting in the effort was Officer Dago the Oak Hill Police Department drug canine.
A "tactical entry" was executed into the home at 410 Mill Lawn Avenue was made using a "stack formation" of all 10 participating officers forcibly entering through the front door of the home, in this case without announcement. The stack was led by Ptl. Chuck Bock as point man.
In the early-morning hours of Wednesday March 9, the Jackson Municipal Court was opened some time after 1 a.m. Judge Mark T. Musick issued a nighttime search and "no-knock warrant" directing the officers to make a non-consensual entry.
This type of warrant is often sought or issued only in cases where there is some indication requiring unannounced entry, that being officer safety or prevention of destruction of evidence.
This type of no-knock warrant required the court to be opened and the official record activated and evidence to be taken under oath. At 1:35 a.m., the no-knock warrant was issued by the judge after an on-the-record hearing authorizing the nighttime entry.
According to the court's news release, at approximately 4 a.m., the illicit cache of drugs had made its way down the "U.S. 23 Pipeline" by means of a private convoy from Toledo, and arrived at the 410 Mill Lawn Avenue home at Oak Hill.
Soon thereafter, the joint team moved as a single unit, jogging from a staging area a block or so away in a church parking lot under cover of darkness. All members of the stack wore appropriate vests and or body armor while making the tactical entry.
The tactical entry by stack involved all 10 officers lining up in a singular column while led by Officer Bock at the point and making a direct, unannounced, and forcible entry into the residence single-file with each odd- numbered officer in the stack breaking right, and each even-numbered officer in the stack breaking left.
Each officer then moved into a pre-assigned position of security, patrol, and search officers. Upon entry and break into function, the joint team found a group of approximately 18 persons all inside the two-person residence of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schontner.
According to the court, the tactical entry was accomplished without violence or resistance. Recovered from one of the infant's pink diaper bags were at least 100 Percocets, 10 Vicodins, several bags of marijuana, three suboxone tablets, several roaches, an undetermined amount of cash and a syringe, pipes, and other paraphernalia.
like that

United States

#2 Mar 12, 2011
Who all got arrested?
I EAT BEER FOR DINNER

Crestline, OH

#3 Mar 12, 2011
Arrested and taken into custody, in addition to Burgin, were: Marvin Schontner, Brian Sampsel, and Joe Jenkins, all of Oak Hill, all of whom were on probation and were being held on probation holders issued by Municipal Court. New charges may be accompanying these holders.
CannabisCarl

Columbus, OH

#4 Mar 12, 2011
I EAT BEER FOR DINNER wrote:
The court's news release was as follows:
Primary observations and strategies were developed by Oak Hill Police Officers Dave Ward and Wes Skaggs (Skaggs also serves as a Jackson Municipal Court Probation Officer).
The joint team was under the command of Oak Hill Chief Christopher Gruber accompanied by Sgt. Scott Hughes, Ptl. Dave Ward, Wes Skaggs, Chuck Bock, and Sean McIntyre. They were joined by the two undercover units from the Gallipolis City PD Drug Investigation Unit, Lt. Matthew Champlin and Officer Adam Holcomb; and also, Chief Bailiff Ray Venatter, and Deputy Chief Derek Cales from Municipal Court. Assisting in the effort was Officer Dago the Oak Hill Police Department drug canine.
A "tactical entry" was executed into the home at 410 Mill Lawn Avenue was made using a "stack formation" of all 10 participating officers forcibly entering through the front door of the home, in this case without announcement. The stack was led by Ptl. Chuck Bock as point man.
In the early-morning hours of Wednesday March 9, the Jackson Municipal Court was opened some time after 1 a.m. Judge Mark T. Musick issued a nighttime search and "no-knock warrant" directing the officers to make a non-consensual entry.
This type of warrant is often sought or issued only in cases where there is some indication requiring unannounced entry, that being officer safety or prevention of destruction of evidence.
This type of no-knock warrant required the court to be opened and the official record activated and evidence to be taken under oath. At 1:35 a.m., the no-knock warrant was issued by the judge after an on-the-record hearing authorizing the nighttime entry.
According to the court's news release, at approximately 4 a.m., the illicit cache of drugs had made its way down the "U.S. 23 Pipeline" by means of a private convoy from Toledo, and arrived at the 410 Mill Lawn Avenue home at Oak Hill.
Soon thereafter, the joint team moved as a single unit, jogging from a staging area a block or so away in a church parking lot under cover of darkness. All members of the stack wore appropriate vests and or body armor while making the tactical entry.
The tactical entry by stack involved all 10 officers lining up in a singular column while led by Officer Bock at the point and making a direct, unannounced, and forcible entry into the residence single-file with each odd- numbered officer in the stack breaking right, and each even-numbered officer in the stack breaking left.
Each officer then moved into a pre-assigned position of security, patrol, and search officers. Upon entry and break into function, the joint team found a group of approximately 18 persons all inside the two-person residence of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schontner.
According to the court, the tactical entry was accomplished without violence or resistance. Recovered from one of the infant's pink diaper bags were at least 100 Percocets, 10 Vicodins, several bags of marijuana, three suboxone tablets, several roaches, an undetermined amount of cash and a syringe, pipes, and other paraphernalia.
Keep these kinds of posts coming So all can see what the big pharma. pushers get here.

Cannabis is a plant.Drugs come from CVS........
GreenMans not2Bright

Columbus, OH

#5 Mar 12, 2011
Ha Ha Ha....One less connection Greenman.Care to tell em you are the one that got the ball rolling.Start some more sh!t you can't handle.Better just concentrate on not getting caught holding.We know your patterns and habits.You like the high rd don't you? That's my little nickname for 233.Maybe we should check every car coming into town from that direction.....
Just saying

Jackson, OH

#7 Mar 14, 2011
Okay now lets see if the courts will do their jobs. I know that there are laws that they can take m0st of these people down and put them away, What about the children that were in there were they removed from custody of these people, if not why , this is why we don't pass levies we don't see action from the courts we see the police did their jobs now will the courts do their job and lock these people up this would stop some of this, can't they take the house because of the drugs being sold there, the court needs to show us some action so that we know they really mena business.
???

Bergholz, OH

#9 Mar 15, 2011
Who owns that house? Don't they rent off someone?
crabby

Bergholz, OH

#10 Mar 15, 2011
Yeah they all need to be locked up but they won't be. They are probably already out. Their supplier is probably the freaking landlord. Not sayin any names.....Sad thing is poor kids.
Seriously

United States

#11 Mar 15, 2011
"100 Percocets, 10 Vicodins, several bags of marijuana, three suboxone tablets, several roaches, an undetermined amount of cash and a syringe, pipes, and other paraphernalia."

Great job...but seriously is this really all they found?? Everyone knows heroin is all over Oak Hill. Something needs to be done to put a stop to it.
Hula hoop Chest hair

United States

#12 Mar 15, 2011
Seriously wrote:
"100 Percocets, 10 Vicodins, several bags of marijuana, three suboxone tablets, several roaches, an undetermined amount of cash and a syringe, pipes, and other paraphernalia."
Great job...but seriously is this really all they found?? Everyone knows heroin is all over Oak Hill. Something needs to be done to put a stop to it.
That's what I thought too! They make it sound fancy by saying 100, that's one prescription! And some pot? Who gives a damn! Pot isn't even a bad thing in my eyes but I will say it's more strong than it used to be. Legalize weed and no one would want heroin.

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