A Bradford County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) Drug Task Force arrested 33 people on Tuesday morning near Hampton.
The raid concluded a two-plus month narcotics investigation, according to a BCSO social media post.
The BCSO SWAT team secured the residence prior to the BCSO Drug Task Force personnel executed a search warrant.
Law enforcement discovered 21 grams of methamphetamine, marijuana, and multiple items of drug paraphernalia.
Also, while searching the residence, two children were found under the age of six who were living in inhumane conditions, according to the BCSO release. The children did not have access to an operational toilet and it was found that four individuals – including the children – were living in a “bumper pull” style camper that was in disrepair.
The residence owners – Deena Crawford, Terry Crawford, Brandon Hagan and Caleb Scoville – were arrested on scene for charges including possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, trafficking of methamphetamine, child neglect, possession of drug paraphernalia, and operating a public nuisance residence.
BCSO’s Operation Street Sweep – aimed at deterring the flow of illegal narcotics throughout the Bradford County area – executed two residential search warrants on known drug houses, two cellphone search warrants and cell phone ping orders.
According to the BCSO release, Tuesday’s operation led to the arrest of or issued warrants for 33 people stemming from outstanding warrants, possession of fentanyl, sales of fentanyl, possession of methamphetamine, sales of methamphetamine, trafficking of methamphetamine, possession of crack cocaine, possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and the seizure of 21 firearms.
The investigation also led to the discovery of three stolen trailers, a stolen trench digger, a stolen zero turn lawnmower and a stolen vehicle.