MARIETTA, Ohio — Four Northeast Ohio men were arrested in southern Ohio Saturday following an investigation conducted by agents of the Ohio Organized Crimes Investigations Commission, Washington Morgan Noble Major Crimes Task Force.
On Saturday, agents executed a search warrant at a local establishment in Marietta where they found eight individuals, including four men from Northeast Ohio, according to police. During the search, suspected heroin was found and agents confiscated money, cell phones, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, scales and packaging materials, police said.
The following men from Northeast Ohio were placed under arrest and charged with felony possession of heroin:
- Jaylen Porter, 22, of Tallmadge
- Mohamed Serour, 20, of Akron
- Robert Hicks, 21, of Akron
- Charles Taylor, 19, of Akron
Agents arrested 36-year-old Alicia Miller, a fugitive from West Virginia. She was in violation of her parole and had two warrants out for her arrest for failing to appear in court on previous drug trafficking charges, according to police.
Ronald Fisher, 45, of Belpre, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine, police said.
Misty Miller, 37, of Lowell, and Jeremy Rowe, 35, of Marietta, were arrested and charged with tampering with evidence after agents found the two attempting to hide packaging material and drug paraphernalia.
All eight individuals are scheduled to appear in Marietta Municipal Court on Monday, according to police.