On February 11 at 5:44 a.m., members of the Narcotics Enforcement Section served a search warrant in the 100 block of Woodland Drive in Indian Head related to an ongoing drug distribution case. Detectives recovered crack cocaine and a loaded 9mm firearm. The suspect, Lonnie Edward Wills, 36, of Indian Head is prohibited from possessing firearms due to a previous felony conviction. Wills was charged with possession with the intent to distribute drugs, illegal possession of a firearm due to felony conviction, drug trafficking, and other related charges. On February 14, a judge ordered Wills be held at the detention center on a $25,000 bond. Members of the CCSO Emergency Services Team, CCSO K-9, and the DEA assisted with the search warrant. The investigation is continuing.
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