A 31-year-old Milwaukee resident is now facing seven felony charges related to a drug raid. Four others were charged as well. According to reports, the investigation started in January after an informant told police that the man was selling crack. Police set up multiple deals with four of the five charged during the investigation, and a search of a house was conducted on Feb. 25.
During the search, police found six people, including three who were in the process of leaving the residence when police knocked down the door. According to reports, police allegedly found evidence of crack cocaine being made in the kitchen, 6.2 grams of heroin, synthetic marijuana and $5,500 in cash. According to a statement given to police, the 31-year-old man traveled to Milwaukee and Chicago to pick up drugs as part of a partnership with a 34-year-old man who was on electronic monitoring.