• Police narcotics unit raids home; removes drugs, money, cars from house

    By: Steve Gehlbach


    SOUTH FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - An early morning raid Friday on a South Fulton home turned up drugs, guns and possible stolen items -- but no suspects.

    Channel 2's Steve Gehlbach was there after neighbors in the Hillandale community woke up to police bursting into the home on Ocean Valley Road.

    "Boom, a big boom. All I heard was the boom, and I got up," a neighbor said.

    Police said the house was used for selling drugs.

    Narcotics officers and SWAT pulled up to the house at dawn to serve a search warrant.

    "This is Fulton County police. Anyone in this house, come out with your hands up," an officer could be heard saying.


    One neighbor thinks the people who live in the house may have been tipped off or knew the raid was coming.

    “No one was home," he said.

    No arrests have been made, and police haven't said who they may be looking for or what charges they now face.

    But police did find guns and a pickup truck full of electronics, including what looked like a couple of brand-new TVs.

    A Dodge Charger and a Chevy Camero were towed from the driveway.

    A stack of cash in a plastic bag was also seized, as well as a large amount of drugs, including molly and marijuana.

    Animal control also took a pit bull from the backyard with large chain around his neck.

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