Guns, drugs seized from Kenwood Avenue

Written by on May 29, 2013 in Crime, Neighborhood News - No comments

Francisco Milos, 29, is being held without bail on multiple weapons and narcotics charges. - Baltimore Police photo

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After raiding their home last week at 133 N. Kenwood Ave., police have arrested Francisco Milos, 29, and Lynnie Lewis, also 29, and charged them with multiple weapons and narcotics violations.

Police said that Milos had two AK-47 rifles and an AR-15-style rifle, as well as three handguns and a shotgun, in a safe in the basement of the home. There were also over 7,500 rounds of ammunition for the various guns, police said. Two bullet-proof vests, size large and small, were found in a hall closet. A large amount of cash, around $20,000, was found in the safe with the guns, according to police.

Also seized were several hundred grams of suspected marijuana, as well as a digital scale.

Milos, a convicted felon, has been charged with possessing a bulletproof vest in addition to the weapons and narcotics charges. He is being held without bail.

Lewis faces multiple narcotics violations; her bail was set at $50,000.

The arrests were made by the Southeast Squad of the Baltimore Police Department’s Special Enforcement Section. A SWAT platoon, K-9 officer and dog, and emergency vehicle unit executed a search-and-seizure warrant on Tuesday, May 21, at about 9 p.m. The warrant was reportedly issued after a buy of marijuana was made and police observed the goings-on at the residence. The SWAT team was used because investigations revealed that Milos had weapons which he threatened people with, police said.

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