Three arrested in Reno after two-month drug investigation

From left are Jacob Allen Myers 26, Prince Boachie-Darquah 22, and Gina C. Gentry, 19, arrested following a joint investigation between the Nevada Department of Safety’s Tri-NET Narcotics Task Force and the Regional Street Enforcement Team. Washoe County jail booking photos.
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RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - Three people were arrested Thursday on drug-related charges in a joint investigation between the Nevada Department of Safety’s Tri-NET Narcotics Task Force and the Regional Street Enforcement Team.

The investigation led to the discovery of MDMA, Cocaine, LSD, Heroin, Ketamine, Psilocybin mushrooms, prescription pills that included opioids and marijuana and marijuana concentrates plus more than $9000 in cash, the task force said.

They arrested Jacob Allen Myers 26, and Prince Boachie-Darquah 22, on charges that included multiple counts of trafficking in a controlled substance and sales of a controlled substance; possession of controlled substance; maintaining a drug house; possession of a dangerous drug without a prescription; and conspiracy to violate the uniformed controlled substance act.

Gina Gentry 19, was arrested on several counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of a dangerous drug without a prescription.

Investigators served a warrant Wednesday in the 3000 block of Gypsum Road in Reno after a two-month investigation and also found child pornography, the task force said. They returned with an additional search warrant Thursday and seized more items.

The investigation continues and there may be more arrests.