Clermont County authorities, feds raid Union Township apartments after months-long investigation
Maxim Alter, WCPO Digital
12:36 PM, Jun 21, 2013
3:53 PM, Jun 24, 2013
UNION TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Clermont County authorities executed search warrants Friday after a months-long investigation tied to a well-known Cincinnati gang known as the 'Get it quick' gang.
The Clermont County narcotics unit, sheriff's office and Union Township police executed search warrants at three apartments in the Piccadilly Square area. Deputies said the area is a hotbed for drug activity.
As a result of information obtained during the search, additional search warrants were served at a storage facility in Pierce Township.
Thirteen vehicles were recovered along with an unspecified quantity of drugs, cash, electronics and incriminating documents, officials said.
No arrests were made, but Friday's raid should result in the indictment of several people, officials said.
Some Piccadilly owners and residents who ignore and permit illegal activity are under investigation, Clermont County Sheriff A.J. Rodenberg said.
FBI investigators were also at the scene.
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