SARASOTA, Fla. -- Neighbor complaints about drug sales at a Sarasota home have led to the arrest of four people and the seizure of a selection of narcotics.
According to the Sarasota Police Department, on Friday detectives raided a house in the 1000 block of Colleton Avenue, behind the Walmart Neighborhood Market store on North Tamiami Trail.
Investigators located and seized the following items from the home:
- 264.6 grams of powder cocaine
- 41 grams of rock cocaine
- 25.9 grams of heroin
- 9.2 grams of marijuana
- 25.4 grams of oxycodone
- 32.7 grams of hydromorphone (Dilaudid)
- $6,832 US currency
- 2 loaded semi-automatic handguns
Detectives arrested four people; three of whom resided in the home -- 32-year-old Robert Gambles, Jr., 28-year-old Tavaris Edwards, 21-year-old Wayne Goff, Jr., and 35-year-old Johnnie Lang.
Charges include Trafficking in Cocaine, Trafficking in Heroin, and Trafficking in Controlled Substances.
Police say the residence was selling as well as manufacturing a large quantity of narcotics and had a steady stream of customers day and night.