Convicted felon caught with heroin, cocaine and stolen gun in Racine County
RACINE COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A drug bust in Racine County netted heroin, crack cocaine, MDMA and a stolen gun.
Early Wednesday, Dec. 18, the Racine County Metro Drug Unit, Racine County SWAT Team and K-9 Deputy executed a search warrant at a residence near Douglas Avenue and Hagerer Street. Officials said that's where 31-year-old Jonathan Harris -- a convicted felon and known gang member involved in selling drugs -- was located.
Authorities say before entering the residence, officials ask if there are any drugs, such as fentanyl, inside that will harm the K-9. Harris reportedly was asked and replied, "(expletive) you and your dog, I don’t give a (expletive) If the dog dies."
Officials said the search uncovered 11.4 grams of heroin, 9.9 grams of crack cocaine which was packaged in seven separate baggie corners, 6.9 grams of powder cocaine, 1 gram of MDMA a loaded handgun, additional gun magazines for different caliber guns, two digital scales, a pill press, possession of a fake identification card from California, and $1,346.00 in cash.
The sheriff's office said a records check on the serial number for the handgun revealed it was stolen out of Kenosha County.
Harris is a convicted felon and is on State Probation for felony fleeing and eluding. He also has felony warrants from probation parole for absconding since October 2018 and a felony warrant for uttering from Kenosha County.
Harris was transported to the Racine County Jail for the following charges:
- Keeper of a drug place
- Possession w/intent to deliver cocaine
- Possession w/intent to deliver heroin
- Possession of a firearm by felon
- Possession of a stolen firearm
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Repeat drug offender
- State probation violation