ROCK COUNTY, Wis. - Four individuals ages 18 to 25 were arrested Friday in connection with maintaining drug trafficking houses, along with other charges, according to officials.
The Rock County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit, along with the Sheriff’s Office SWAT team, Safe Streets Task Force and the Beloit Police Department’s Violent Crime Interdiction team, served two search warrants that resulted in the arrests, according to a news release.
The release said the first warrant was served in the 500 block of West Grand Avenue in Beloit and the second was served in the 500 block of South County Highway D in Rock Township.
The search warrants were part of an ongoing investigation into the delivery of cocaine and marijuana in Rock County, officials said.
The law enforcement agencies arrested Sylvester M. Moutry, 22, Lyric M. Millard, 18, Alvaro Servin, 25, and Cinthya B. Servin, 25, as a result of the warrants, the release said.
Moutry was arrested on charges of possession with intent to deliver cocaine and THC, felon possession of a handgun, carry concealed weapon, maintaining a drug trafficking house and probation violation, according to the release.
Officials said Moutry was also charged with four counts of cocaine delivery and four counts of THC delivery, of which several were within 1,000 feet of a school.
Millard was arrested on two counts of cocaine delivery and two counts of THC delivery within 1,000 feet of a school, possession of THC with intent to deliver, concealed carry of a weapon and maintaining a drug trafficking house, the release said.
According to the release, officials arrested Alvaro Servin on accounts of possession with intent to deliver THC and cocaine, child neglect and maintaining a drug trafficking house and Cinthya Servin on charges of child neglect and maintaining a drug trafficking house.
According to officials, along with the arrests, the units seized 50 grams of cocaine, 11 grams of marijuana, 1.1 grams of psilocybin mushrooms, $2,000 in cash and two handguns.
The law enforcement agencies were also assisted by the Town of Beloit Fire Department, MD-1 and Child Protective Services, according to the release.
Officials said all individuals involved were transported to the Rock County Jail and will appear in court Monday at 3 p.m.
The investigation is ongoing. Further charges are possible, according to the release.
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