Two Arrested After Drug Raid In Galion

  • 2/7/2019 6:09:59 PM
  • Jenna Ramolt
  • Local News

GALION - Thursday, February 7th The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office, METRICH Enforcement Unit, and Crawford County Special Response team with assistance from the Galion Police Department carried out a narcotics search warrant at 1409 Baehr Street in Galion.

While Officers were inside the residence, Officers seized narcotics, drug paraphernalia, and cash and made two arrests. Edward L. Johnson, age 43, and Nichole M. Cooley, age 33, both of 1409 Baehr Street were the two individuals arrested.

Johnson was charged with one count of felony 2 trafficking in drugs, 2 counts of felony 5 trafficking in drugs and one count of felony 5 possession of drugs. Cooley was charged with felony 5 trafficking in drugs and felony 5 possession of drugs.



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