Police raid North Baltimore home, arrest one man, seize bTC drugs, 9 guns

June 26, 1996|By John Rivera | John Rivera,SUN STAFF

Members of a police drug squad yesterday raided the North Baltimore home of a father and son suspected of distributing crack cocaine and seized drugs and nine firearms.

The raid by the Southwestern District Flex Unit, which targets drug dealers, culminated a monthlong investigation that was launched after an increase of drug arrests in the neighborhoods of Allendale Street and Edmondson Avenue, Denison Street and Edmondson Avenue and Caton and Monastery avenues, said Officer John Spiker.

Officers served a search-and-seizure warrant about 5: 15 p.m. at a home in the 2800 block of Cold Spring Lane and found 7 1/2 ounces of suspected crack cocaine with an estimated value of $40,000, $9,060 in cash and four handguns, three shotguns and two rifles.

Police arrested Frank Eubanks Sr., 60, of the 2800 block of Cold Spring Lane and charged him with being a drug kingpin, possession of cocaine and possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute, possessing handguns in the act of drug trafficking and maintaining a common nuisance.

He was being held at the Central Booking and Intake Center.

Police had a warrant for the arrest of Frank Eubanks Jr., 27, of the same address.

Pub Date: 6/26/96

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