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Horton raid leaves three jailed
04/11/2018

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Raul Hernandez, Felicia Hinkle, and Dylan Thomas/Credit: Brown Co Sheriff's Office

(KAIR)--Three are arrested following the raid Tuesday of a Horton residence that led to the seizure of what authorities say were drugs, weapons, and equipment used to commit fraud.

Taken into custody following the execution of two search warrants at 345 West 10th were 28-year-old Raul Hernandez, 35-year-old Felicia Hinkle, and 23-year-old Dylan Thomas.

According to a press release issued by Horton Police Chief John Calhoon, thousands of dollars in cash, along with drugs with an estimated street value of more than $10,000 were recovered, as well as drug paraphernalia and weapons.

Also seized from the residence was electronic equipment suspected of being used for identity theft and fraud.

Among the drugs authorities say were located are methamphetamine and marijuana.

The investigative reports are under the review of Brown County Attorney Kevin Hill, who is expected to file formal charges in the near future.

According to Brown County Jail records, Hernandez, Hinkle, and Thomas all remain in custody.

Bond for Hernandez is set at $150,000, while Hinkle and Thomas are held on bonds of $50,000 each. 

The three are believed to be residents of Horton, but the press release says they likely have connections to additional communities in northeast Kansas.

Assisting Horton Police with Tuesday's efforts were the Brown County Sheriff's Office, the Kickapoo Police Department, and the Sac and Fox Police Department.

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Evidence seized during the raid/Credit: Horton Police Dept.

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