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The Shawnee News-Star
  • Shawnee police raid home for second time; three arrested

  • For the second time this year, Shawnee police raided a southside Shawnee residence on suspicions of drug activity, where they made several arrests.
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    For the second time this year, Shawnee police raided a southside Shawnee residence on suspicions of drug activity, where they made several arrests.
    Shawnee Police Chief Russell Frantz said officers served the search warrant Monday evening at 826 S. Bell, the same home where a similar raid occurred in January.
    Frantz said officers learned the home’s occupant, Ricardo Alluan Campbell, 58, was out of jail on bond and there were new reports of methamphetamine activity at the residence. Officers began developing an undercover case and obtained a search warrant for the raid.
    Campbell, who was charged earlier this year with numerous drug-related felonies stemming from the raid in January, was arrested at the scene.
    Campbell was taken to the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center Monday night, where he was being held on complaints of maintaining a drug residence, possession of controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia, the chief said.
    Formal charges have not been filed.
    Frantz said Dannetterae Thomas, 24, also was arrested at the home on complaints of possession of controlled substance.
    A third suspect was taken to jail on outstanding city of Shawnee warrants, the chief said.
    Cpl. Jonathan Webb and Cpl. Cody Gibson led the search warrant team, the chief said. They were the same two officers who worked the January case. At that time, police found small amounts of marijuana and other items, as well as a stolen firearm, reports show.
    The case will be turned over to the district attorney’s office for consideration of formal charges.
    Watch for any updates.
     
     

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