JPD: Drug Task Force, FBI, Seize Two Ounces of Cocaine, 15 Long Guns, Four Pounds Of Marijuana During Friday Raid

ELLICOTT – Federal and local investigators confiscated 15 long guns, more than two ounces of cocaine, and four pounds of marijuana following a raid at a residence at 2256 Willard St. Ext. on Friday afternoon, according to the Jamestown Police Department. 
Tyler Anderson, 27, was taken into custody as he was walking a dog on Willow Avenue.
Anderson allegedly fought with police as they were trying to take him into custody.
During the search of the targeted residence, investigators located drug paraphernalia and cash inside the residence.
Police say the weapons were allegedly possessed illegally by Anderson due to prior criminal convictions.
Anderson is facing a plethora of charges including obstructing, resisting arrest, third and fourth degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia.
He is being held in city jail and will be arraigned today.
The release states that federal charges will be filed against Anderson at a later date.
The investigation was a collaborative effort from the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force, New York State Police, Ellicott Police and the Federal Bureau Of Investigation.

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