Franklin Co. Deputies Say Drugs, Cash & Guns Found During Bust

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/12 11:09 pm
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office said deputies found large amounts of prescription drugs, cash and guns Thursday inside a house.

Investigators said the evidence was seized when a drug-related search warrant was executed on the 100 block of Rock Creek.

Deputies said drugs were being sold at the home.

Investigators said they also recovered five pistols and several-thousand dollars in cash from the residence.

Deputies arrested Charles W. Cook, 68, and Tammy Dent, 54, on charges including drug trafficking.

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