A father and son were arrested Monday on multiple drug charges following two police narcotics raids in Lorain aimed at getting opioids off the streets, according to Elyria police detectives.
Dameon Robertson, 44, of 1330 8th Street, Lorain, was charged with the following:
Possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, possession of oxycodone, possession of Xanax, trafficking in heroin, trafficking in cocaine, having weapons under disability, drug paraphernalia and receiving stolen property.
Robertson's father, Terry Johnson, 63, of 1054 West 22nd Street, Lorain, was charged with:
Possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, having weapons under disability and drug paraphernalia.
Robertson and Johnson were arrested after an investigation by the Elyria and Lorain Police Narcotics Units for allegedly selling heroin, cocaine and prescription opioids throughout Lorain County.
The following items were seized during the raids:
- 12 grams of heroin/fentanyl
- 13 grams of cocaine
- 134 grams of marijuana
- 158 doses of Xanax
- 136 doses of oxycodone
- One AR-15 rifle and four handguns
- A 2007 Dodge Nitro
- $9,000 in cash
The total value of the items seized in the raids is around $49,000, according to Elyria police.
Robertson and Johnson are currently being held in the Lorain City Jail without bond.