A central Toledo man was released on bond yesterday from the Lucas County jail, where he had been held since authorities seized $221,800 worth of cocaine, money, two vehicles, and other items during a search of his residence earlier this week.
Louis Robbins, 55, of 1426 Prospect Ave., who was charged Wednesday with four counts of possession of drugs, three counts of trafficking, and one count each of forgery and weapons under disability, posted a $70,000 bond.
The Toledo Metro Drug Task Force also seized three pounds of marijuana, a loaded semi-automatic pistol, a loaded revolver, three counterfeit $100 bills, drug paraphernalia, ammunition, photographs, a computer, and miscellaneous paperwork.
Authorities also seized more than $12,000 from Robbins and another man. The second man has not been charged.
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