Police confiscate cocaine, cash and gun during search of northeast side home

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Ray Jones

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis Metropolitan police confiscated drugs, a gun and cash after serving a search warrant Wednesday.

According to IMPD, detectives with the North District Narcotics Unit and the Flex Team executed the warrant around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 3900 block of North Butler Avenue.

Detectives detained Ray Jones, 59, who was suspected of selling drugs out of the home. Detectives confiscated several items, including pills believed to be hydrocodone, cocaine that was packaged for sale and a .25-caliber handgun. Police also seized $1,655 in cash believed to be from sales of illegal drugs and a 1998 Cadillac that’s being held for civil forfeiture.

Preliminary charges against Jones include dealing cocaine, possession of cocaine and maintaining a common nuisance.

He was later taken to the Arrestee Processing Center. IMPD said the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office will make a final charging decision in the case.

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