Thursday night vice raids turn up drugs, guns
The Youngstown Police Department’s vice unit served search warrants at two West Side addresses Thursday evening and found drugs and guns.
At 4:56 p.m., police carried out a raid at a West LaClede Avenue home turning up a large bag of crack cocaine, a small bag of crack, a bag containing two Tramadol pills and $2,360 in cash, according to a report.
Police arrested Deondray Robinson, 30, on a charge of possession of cocaine.
Robinson has previous felony convictions including a 2008 felonious assault conviction that led to a three-year prison sentence.
Robinson also pleaded guilty to felony possession of cocaine earlier this year.
At 6:25 p.m., the unit carried out another raid at a Midland Avenue home.
A search turned up a bag of marijuana, a bag of crack cocaine, a bag of powder cocaine, two digital scales, a 9 mm handgun, a Civil War-era revolver and $544 in cash, according to a report.
Police charged Donyelle Green, 38, with illegal possession of firearms and possession of cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Green received a felony conviction for possession of cocaine and heroin in 2014, making it illegal for him to own or possess firearms.