Six arrested in drug raid on W. Dewald St

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Six arrested in drug raid on W. Dewald St

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – Six arrests made at a home on West Dewald after the FWPD say that tips prompted a raid.

Police say the Vice & Narcotics Division received numerous complaints in reference to possible drug dealing going on at 747 ½ West Dewald Street.
After conducting an investigation into drug dealing at this location, detectives received information that secured a search warrant for this residence.

Thursday, around 3:00 pm, members of the Fort Wayne Police Department’s Emergency Services Team, along with detectives from the Vice & Narcotics Division served a search warrant at 747 ½ West Dewald. During the service of this search warrant, numerous people were located inside of the residence, and Terrance J. White jumped from the second story window, fled the scene and was apprehended by police after a short foot pursuit. Terrance J. White was arrested for an outstanding warrant and resisting law enforcement by fleeing. Another person inside of the residence, Patrick D. Manuel was arrested for possession of cocaine or narcotic drug, two outstanding warrants, and possession of a synthetic drug or lookalike substance.

According to police, “Three other adults were also arrested on numerous charges at this residence. Christopher A. McDonald, M/W 44 yrs old, D.O.B. 01-14-1975 was arrested for maintaining a common nuisance, a level 6 felony, Olivia M. Flores-Cuadrado, F/H 26 yrs old, D.O.B. 10-03-1992 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Violation of Hope Probation. Shakeetha L. McLaurin, F/B 40 yrs old, D.O.B. 06-16-1978 was arrested for a Class C Misdemeanor charge of Disorderly Conduct when she yelled and screamed at the detectives working on searching the house, was repeatedly told to quiet down and leave, and refused to do so. Brandon D. Kyles, M/B 32 yrs old, D.O.B. 02-17-1987, Homeless, was arrested for a Fail to Pay Warrant for Possession of a Synthetic Drug”

During a search of this residence, detectives found 2.4 grams of crack cocaine, .1 gram of heroin, 2.1 grams of marijuana, 16.3 grams of “Spice” or synthetic cannabinoid, and numerous items of drug paraphernalia (Scales, crack pipes, marijuana one-hitters), and a .38 caliber Smith and Wesson revolver.

Department of Child Services was also called to the scene and assisted in the removal of a child from this situation.

This incident is still under investigation.