Zanesville Police Assist in Morning Raid

by Miriah Turner on February 26, 2014 at 6:25 am

The Zanesville Police Department provided assistance to an outside Law Enforcement Agency in conducting a raid.

Interim Chief Kenneth Miller says around 9:15am this morning, the Zanesville Police Department Special Response team and The Agency arrived at 340 Bailey Street to execute a search warrant in relation to computer sex crimes.

"We were giving them support to make entry into the house, to secure the house and anyone that was inside of it," said Chief Miller, "there were two males detained at the house, once we secured the house our special response team left the area and they conducted the search and also an investigation into the crimes."

The eight officer Special Response Team as well as two uniformed officers with cruisers provided perimeter support.

"Its something we provide any agency, if they’re investigating a crime that leads them to Zanesville," stated Chief Miller. "We offer what ever type of support we can. Whether it’s additional officers to investigate the crime, or a special response team to help them conduct a raid or search."

Interim Chief Miller of the Zanesville Police Department has reasonable belief that computers were confiscated during the investigation. There were no injuries during the raid.