Vice and Narcotics Search Warrant results in drug bust

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Vice and Narcotics Search Warrant results in drug bust

Fri, 07/06/2018 - 10:54
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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.

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:

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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