Seneca’s largest meth seizure

September 28, 2012
By

Millard Jerome Strickland

Hollie Michelle Henderson

A late night raid at a Seneca home led to two arrests, and what the police say were the seizures of illegal drugs, firearms, stolen property, and U-S currency. Chief John Covington says two residents at 308 Pine Street were arrested. According to Covington, five warrants were served on Millard Jerome Strickland and four on Hollie Michelle Henderson. Narcotics officers estimate that the large quantity of methamphetamine, along with marijuana and crack cocaine seized has a total street value of more than $30 thousand. Officers say they also seized a stolen moped, a police scanner, surveillance cameras, several handguns, shotguns, a rifle, digital scales, concealment containers and glass meth pipes. The meth seizure, according to Covington, is the largest ever within the city limits. The investigation remains active. More charges are possible.

 

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