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Suspected Warren drug dealer called 'purveyor of death'

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Federal and local drug agents seized suspected heroin, cocaine and more than $100,000 from a Warren man they say is a known drug dealer.

Agents with the TAG Law Enforcement Task Force and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms raided a condo at the Candlelight Apartment complex on North Road SE Friday morning.

In a media release, TAG Law Enforcement Task Force Captain Tony Villanueva said they arrested 26-year-old Terrell D. Hall, who Villanueva characterized as a “a purveyor of death.”

Trumbull County Sheriff's Deputies and Warren Police also took part in executing the search warrant that turned up 24 grams of suspected heroin and 27 grams of suspected crack cocaine.

Authorities say they also confiscated a vehicle, a gun, and $104,173.

Hall was booked into the Trumbull County Jail on a probation and weapons violation.

Because the condo is near North Road Elementary School, Villanueva expects Hall will also be charged with drug trafficking within a school zone.

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