CANTON, Ohio — A 38-year-old Canton man is in custody after law enforcement officials seized drugs and handguns from a home during a search warrant.
Canton police say that on Friday, June 2, the FBI's Stark County Safe Streets Task Force executed a federal search warrant at 1906 Lakeside Avenue Northwest.
The search warrant came as a result of an investigation by the FBI, Canton Police, Jackson Township Police, MEDWAY Drug Task Force, Stark County Sheriff's Office and the State of Ohio Adult Parole Authority.
Upon executing the search warrant, law enforcement officials found the following inside the home:
- Six kilograms of Cocaine
- Two kilograms of Fentanyl
- 50 pounds of Marijuana
- Six Handguns
- $1,000,000 in United States Currency
- Approximately $100,000 worth of Jewelry
“I really value all of our partnerships and collaborative efforts for the benefit of the Canton community," said Canton Police Chief Dennis Gabbard.
38-year-old Christian Clark from Canton is being charged with the following:
- Trafficking in cocaine
- Trafficking in fentanyl
- Possession of cocaine
- Possession of fentanyl
- Having weapons while under disability
“This is yet another example of Stark County Law Enforcement successfully working together to contribute to a Safer Stark County," said Sheriff George Maier. "We will continue to remain resilient and dedicated as we work to combat drug trafficking in our community.”