The Portage County Sheriff’s Department has released the names of three men suspected of dealing drugs out of an Amherst apartment.
Following a search of two apartments authorities found cocaine and materials used to make pipe bombs.
Nicholas Luke, 27, and Joshua Deyo, 21, were found to be in possession of about an ounce of cocaine and $900 dollars cash. The two men are likely to be charged with possession with intent to deliver cocaine.
In a second search, Robert Anderson, 20, was arrested for possessing bomb making materials that included 3 metal pipes, 2 glass containers with gun powder inside, one of the containers had a fuse connected. He's likely to be charged with manufacturing an improvised explosive device.
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