Two Alleged Meth Cooks Arrested Following Police Raid
On Aug. 16, police executed a warrant at 3782 Northampton Rd., and found two Akron men allegedly cooking and storing methamphetamine at the residence.
Two Akron men – Nathan E. Ketterman III, 30, and Kevin A. Smith, 41 – were arrested and charged with several drug-related felonies following a police raid on Aug. 16.
With the use of undercover agents and surveillance measures, the Cuyahoga Falls Police Narcotics Unit and Summit County Drug Unit were able to execute a search warrant at 3782 Northampton Rd.
Once inside the residence, officers found Ketterman and Smith, arrested them and charged each with manufacturing of methamphetamine, a second-degree felony; illegal assembly, a third-degree felony; possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony; and possession of criminal tools, a fifth-degree felony, according to a Falls police press release.
Both men were taken to Summit County Jail.
“Other suspected parties remain under investigation at this time,” said Falls Police Lt. Steve Guldeman in a prepared statement.
In related news, the Falls Police Narcotics Unit and the Summit County Drug Unit raided the same house May 4.
At that time, the owner of the home, Clayton Allshouse, was arrested and charged with felony manufacturing of methamphetamine, illegal assembly and possession of drugs and a misdemeanor charge of drug paraphernalia.