Sunday, February 2, 2003

Three face drug charges after raid near schools

The Cincinnati Enquirer

ALEXANDRIA - A Wednesday night raid in the 100 block of West Main Street landed three people in jail.

Robbie Whaley, 31, Bruce Carpenter, 38, and William R. Morton, 31, each are charged with trafficking of a controlled substance, trafficking within 1,000 yards of a school and possession of marijuana. Police seized 24 grams of cocaine, $1,700 cash, two handguns and surveillance video equipment monitoring the front and back entrances of the home.

The house is one block from St. Mary's Elementary School, two blocks from Bishop Brossart High School and about half a mile from Campbell County Middle School. An anonymous tip led to the raid.

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