Raids net drugs, weapons, arrests |

Raids net drugs, weapons, arrests

SUMMIT COUNTY – The Summit County Drug Task Force raided two dwellings in the last week, netting arrests in separate cases for the possession and sale of drugs including meth and coke and the confiscation of an arsenal of firearms and medieval-type weapons.Tuesday, police executed a warrant at 460 Meadowwood Circle in Summit Cove where they arrested Daniel Wilkinson, 31, on four possession charges.Police report a pat-down search revealed a plastic container hanging around his neck which tested presumptive positive for the presence of methamphetamine.A search of the house uncovered seven capsules that tested presumptive positive for amphetamine totaling under an ounce, police said.Police also found a bag of 3.8 ounces of marijuana, “many other small bags used to package and sell illegal drugs” and a small digital scale “used to weigh out illegal drugs for sale.”Weapons police took while making the arrest included a loaded Browning .22-caliber handgun, with an extra magazine; a Ruger .223-caliber rifle, with a loaded magazine; a Charles Daly 12-gauge shotgun, with slug rounds in tube; a Ruger .22 caliber rifle with a long-range scope with three rounds in the tube; a Ruger M77 7-millimeter rifle without ammunition; and a Tikka M 695 .338-caliber rifle without ammunition.Authorities charged Wilkinson with possession of methamphetamine, two counts of possession of amphetamine and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.Police said Wilkinson already faces a deferred sentence for assault/felony menacing and domestic violence. He remains in the Summit County Jail on $75,000 bond, Sheriff John Minor said.Police arrested a second man at the residence, Buck Cleveland, 27, of Denver. He faces charges of amphetamine possession and marijuana possession. He remains jailed on a $5,000 bond. Cleveland also faces a fugitive from justice warrant issued by Jefferson County authorities.Drug task force officers called Frisco and Summit County SWAT Team officers to assist in the raid.On Dec. 16, the drug task force executed a warrant at Breckenridge Terrace apartment C-104 on Airport Road, Breckenridge, a unit that police said they had been watching for “several months.” Officers found 148 grams of cocaine, a marijuana plant, loose marijuana, drug paraphernalia, a Mossberg shotgun with ammunition and a variety of hand weapons.Among the hand weapons police took into custody were three Samurai swords, a small medieval-type hatchet, a large-medieval type hatchet, a harpoon-type weapon and three pairs of nun-chucks. Authorities charged Jesus Eduardo Reynoza, 21 with five counts of the distribution, manufacture, sale and possession of cocaine and one count of cultivation of marijuana. He remains jailed on a $20,000 bond.Breckenridge police officers and Summit County sheriff’s deputies were involved in the raid. -Daily News staff report

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