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Vice and Narcotics Search Warrant results in drug bust

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WEEKI WACHEE- On 07-06-18, detectives with the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Vice and Narcotics Unit and the SWAT team executed a search warrant at 14427 Mocking Wren Road, Brooksville.

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Investigation revealed that two of the residents, Ryan and Michelle Fenters, were involved in the sale of illegal narcotics.

During the search of the residence, detectives located the following:

        5.8 grams of Dilaudid
        3.6 grams of methadone
        One firearm
        $1,610 in U.S. currency.

The Ryan and Michelle Fenters were taken into custody by detectives and charged as follows:

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Ryan Fenters W/M DOB/05-21-1990

        Felon in Possession of a Firearm
        Felon in Possession of Ammunition
        Trafficking in Dilaudid
        Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
        Possession of Methadone with Intent to Sell
        Possession of a Legend Drug
        Bond – $52,000

Detectives also served two arrest warrants on Ryan Fenters, they were as follows:

Warrant #1

        Sale of Oxymorphone
        Possession of Oxymorphone w/Intent to Sell
        Possession Place/Structure for the Sale of Cocaine
        Unlawful Use of Two-Way Communication Device
        Bond – $20,000.

Warrant #2

        Sale of Hydromorphone
        Possession of Hydromorphone w/Intent to Sell
        Possession Place/Structure for the Sale of Cocaine
        Unlawful Use of Two-Way Communication Device
        Bond – $20,000.

Detectives also served a warrant on Michelle Fenters, they are as follows:

Michelle Fenters W/F DOB/11-29-1967

Warrant #1

        Sale of Hydromorphone
        Possession of Hydromorphone w/Intent to Sell
        Possession Place/Structure for the Sale of Cocaine
        Unlawful Use of Two-Way Communication Device
        Bond – $20,000.

Ryan and Michelle Fenters remain in the Hernando County Detention Center.

The investigation continues.

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