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Gazette Premium Content Pueblo County Sheriff's Office raid yields drugs, stolen vehicles

Pueblo Chieftain Updated: January 17, 2014 at 1:09 pm

Sheriff’s deputies have announced that a Jan. 2 raid and subsequent investigation has yielded large amounts of methamphetamine, marijuana and stolen items from two homes on a property at the 6200 block of Colorado 78 West.

A SWAT team made the raid, according to a release by the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office. Recovered in the search that day were more than 3 ounces of methamphetamine, a stolen truck, a stolen four-wheeler, a stolen weapon and the tools needed to package large amounts of methamphetamines.

Information obtained during that search led the same narcotics and SWAT members to serve a new warrant on an adjacent property Thursday. Recovered in the second raid were two stolen Ford pickup trucks and three stolen four-wheelers. The recovered vehicles are from Pueblo, El Paso, and Bent counties. Also recovered were miscellaneous drug paraphernalia, an excessively large quantity of marijuana well outside the legally permissible limits, methamphetamines and stolen property that included four wire feed-welders, an arc welder, an acetylene torch set, a commercial tapper/compactor and several power tools.

Six people were taken into custody, according to the Chieftain

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Sheriff’s deputies have announced that a Jan. 2 raid and subsequent investigation has yielded large amounts of methamphetamine, marijuana and stolen items from two homes on a property at the 6200 block of Colorado 78 West.

 

A SWAT team made the raid, according to a release by the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office.

Recovered in the search that day were more than 3 ounces of methamphetamine, a stolen truck, a stolen four-wheeler, a stolen weapon and the tools needed to package large amounts of methamphetamines.

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