ANSONIA, Conn. (WTNH) - A suspect with several active arrest warrants attempted to get away from Ansonia Police by jumping for a second floor window.
Ansonia Police executed the search and seizure warrant at 15 Howard Avenue.
The male suspect that jumped from the second floor window grabbed onto utility wires in attempt to ease the fall, but the wires broke. When he fell to the ground he began running.
Ansonia Police went after him into a wooded area of Clifton Avenue.
The suspect then made his way to 35 Bassett Street where officers were not allowed inside to conduct a search.
Police eventually gained access to look inside by getting in touch with the owner of the property.
After a short search the suspect was found hiding in a large pile of trash in the basement.
Marcos Boyd,21, of 15 Howard Avenue was arrested without further incident. He has been charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession within 1,500 feet from a school.
Three others were also arrested on similar charges in connection to the search and seizure.
Katherine Tinney, 46, of 15 Howard Avenue, Eric Tinney,40, of 15 Howard Avenue and Monique Perkins, 19, of 15 Howard Avenue.
Crack cocaine, cash, illegal prescription drugs, and two handguns were seized from Boyd's Howard Avenue arrest.
Boyd had three arrest warrants he was served with. All three were for sale of narcotics. He is currently being held on a $150,000 bond.
During the search a total of eight people were taken into custody, four of which had been released on $500 bonds after being charged with interfering with police.
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