Middletown police say they recovered guns, drugs and cash in 2 home searches

Officers say they found guns, fentanyl, cocaine, nearly $1,000 in cash and drug packing materials at one home. They say they found drugs, gun ammunition, scales and about $250 in cash at the other home.

News 12 Staff

Mar 24, 2023, 9:55 PM

Updated 423 days ago

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Middletown police say they recovered guns, drugs, cash and ammunition during two home searches. 
Officials say they had a search warrant for 30-year-old Noah Stark-Morris's house in the Town of Wallkill.
Stark-Morris was the target of a monthlong investigation into drug trafficking, specifically cocaine, in and around Middletown.
Officers say they found guns, fentanyl, cocaine, nearly $1,000 in cash and drug packing materials, including a scale.
Stark-Morris faces several charges and will not be able to get out of jail on bail.
Another search by police Friday targeted 25-year-old Kenneth Middleton's home in Middletown.
Police have been investigating him for months in connection to heroin trafficking.
Police say they found drugs, gun ammunition, scales and about $250 in cash.
Middleton's has also been arrested, along with 25-year-old Montana Stephenson.
Police say they went to that neighborhood earlier this week for a shots fired call and that the two cases aren't definitively related but could be.   


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