Lyndonville raid yields guns, drugs in multi-agency operation

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LYNDONVILLE — Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Vermont Drug Task Force, Vermont State Police, Homeland Security Investigations, and the Lyndonville Police Department, executed a search warrant on Thursday, June 27, resulting in the seizure of an arsenal of weapons and a sizable amount of narcotics.

During the operation, officers confiscated two AR-15-type rifles, five semiautomatic handguns, one revolver, 38 grams of fentanyl, 55 grams of crack cocaine, and an undisclosed amount of cash from a residence in Lyndonville.

The search warrant was part of a larger, ongoing investigation aimed at addressing illicit activities in the area.

Authorities have indicated that the investigation is still active and further details will be released to the public as they become available.

No arrests have been reported at this time, and the names of the individuals involved or additional specifics regarding the operation have not yet been disclosed.

The involvement of multiple agencies underscores the seriousness of the offenses being investigated and the commitment of law enforcement to combat drug trafficking and illegal firearms possession within the community.

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