Deputy's home raided; guns, drug equipment seized

YOUNGSTOWN — A Mahoning County sheriff’s deputy has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of a departmental internal affairs investigation after police raided her residence and said they seized drug paraphernalia and guns.

Deputy Angela Eaddy, who was hired by the county in April 2000, was immediately placed on leave after police raided her residence at 56 Garfield St. on the city’s South Side on Tuesday afternoon, Sheriff Randall A. Wellington said.

Eaddy’s most recent assignment was road patrol, the sheriff said Friday. Police reports showed no criminal charges arising from the raid as of Friday.

The search warrant for the 2 1/2-story wooden house was issued by Judge Robert Milich of Youngstown Municipal Court.

Read more in Saturday’s Vindicator and

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