Six arrested after 4 search warrants served in Beloit
BELOIT, Wis. (WMTV) - A pair of unrelated investigations resulted in the arrest of six people after four search warrants were executed in Beloit over a nearly twelve-hour period Wednesday.
In one of the cases, the Beloit Police Department reported finding a “substantial amount of crack cocaine.” That search warrant was the first one served, at 5:45 a.m., and led to the arrest of two suspects.
The 62-year-old Beloit man was booked on counts of possession with intent to deliver cocaine, possession of THC and of psilocybin mushrooms, and threatening law enforcement. A 25-year-old from Chicago was accused of possession with the intent to deliver cocaine.
At that home, investigators also a large amount of ammunition and multiple gun magazines, as well as a fake gun, BPD reported.
The other three search warrants were executed shortly before noon, just after 1 p.m., and around 5 p.m., the police department continued. In those three, officers recovered paraphernalia, THC, two firearms, and a vehicle as evidence.
The four individuals, all of whom are from Beloit, were booked on a several varying counts, three of them facing felony apprehension requests. One of them is expected to also face a drug count.
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