LANCASTER – Thousands in cash, illegal drugs, stolen handguns and approximately $200,000 in stolen property were recovered when deputies executed search warrants, around 5 a.m. Friday, at two homes in east Lancaster.
Six suspects were arrested in connection with the incident: 33-year-old Larry Dawson, 32-year-old John Brown, 33-year-old Schavon Conway, and three male juveniles.
The following is the press report from the Lancaster Station:
The Lancaster Station Burglary Suppression Team, along with the Sheriff’s Department Special Enforcement Bureau (SEB), executed search warrants at two residential locations on the 45000 Block of Rodin Street in the city of Lancaster.
Items recovered from both locations were approximately $200,000 in stolen property, $5,000 in cash, several containers of illegal narcotics and six handguns, four of which were stolen.
The recovered stolen property consisted of several large flat screen televisions, electronic gaming systems, various electronic devices, landscaping equipment and automobile equipment.
A 13-year-old male and a 7-year-old female were both taken into custody by the Department of Child and Family Services.
The search warrants concluded an almost two-month long investigation in response to several reported burglaries in the eastside of the city. The combination of outstanding investigative efforts from patrol deputies and the Burglary Suppression Team led to the arrest of three adult suspects and three juvenile subjects.
The alleged charges varied, from burglary [to] receiving stolen property [to] child endangerment.
The following Lancaster residents were arrested and booked at the Lancaster Station: Larry Dawson, 33; John Brown, 32; Schavon Conway, 33; and three male juveniles.