Police: Raid on Savin Hill house yields drugs, weapons
The Boston Police Department report drug officers raided a house at 11 Treadway Rd. on Friday and recovered a large assortment of illegal items:
"Upon executing the search warrant at 11 Treadway Road, detectives encountered two more suspects and recovered a loaded .22 caliber rifle, 5 pounds of marijuana, 627 Grams of MDMA (Molly) 2 bottles of Testosterone (steroid) 3 machetes, 2 bullet proof vests, white zip ties, blue latex gloves and 2 blue wool hats transformed into masks with an area cut out for the eyes."
Police say officers from the Drug Control Unit had the house under surveillance when they saw what appeared to be a drug transaction around 10:30 a.m. involving two men who then got into a car that drove off.
Officers followed and stopped the car outside 295 Freeport St. "A large plastic bag of marijuana was located inside the black bag that one of the suspects had tossed inside the trunk. The plastic bag was officially measured at a half pound. Both suspects were taken into custody."
Officers then got a search warrant for 11 Treadway, police say.
Lanh Huynh and Tommy Nguyen, both 19 and both from Dorchester, were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute as a result of the Freeport Street stop, police say.
At Treadway, Hau Huynh, 23, of Dorchester, was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of Class E steroids with intent to distribute, trafficking Class B drugs (Molly), unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition.
Hienh Danh Huynh, 20, of Dorchester was arrested on a charge of marijuana with intent to distribute.