Officials raid three homes in village, additional charges may be added by jury
New Boston Police Chief Darrold Clark announced five drug arrests were made in the village on Friday, following ongoing investigations by New Boston police.
According to Capt. Steve Goins, of the New Boston police, officers began early Friday morning with six search warrants and six arrest warrants.
"We're still doing what we can, and I think it's paying off. Some of the information we got on this were tips from the drug hotline, so that helps. We appreciate the people when they call in and give us information on the drug hotline," Goins said.
The first search and arrest warrants were served on Friday morning at 3731 Stanton Ave.
"The search warrant was for drugs - OxyContin pills and other drugs. We did arrest Timothy Caldwell, age 42. He lives at that address. He was charged with trafficking in OxyContin pills," Goins said.
Police also received a rushed warrant for the arrest of Caldwell's mother, Deborah Caldwell, 63, who lives at that address, but was wasn't at the home at the time police served the warrants. Warrants for Deborah Caldwell are for trafficking in drugs, Goins said.
The second search and arrest warrants were served at 3443 Shale Drive.
"We did find some drugs in that house. Some OxyContin pills. We did arrest - we had a warrant for the person -