A Racine man was arrested Monday when police initiated a no-knock search of his home on the 1700 block on Linden Avenue as part of a drug trafficking investigation into his son.
Thomas Flanagan, 70, was in the house with his wife when police executed the raid, aimed at collecting evidence of drug trafficking by Terrance Flanagan, 42.
In February, Investigators used a confidential informant to buy heroin from Terrance at the residence on Linden Avenue on two occasions.
When police raided the home Monday night they discovered over 21 grams of cocaine along with a bottle of adderall pills in an electronic safe. Police also found over $3,000 in cash.
Thomas is charged with possession with intent to deliver cocaine and non-narcotic pills, as well as maintaining a drug trafficking place. Terrance is charged with two counts of possession with intent to deliver heroin.
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