Police Bust Drug Factory in North Windham

Khaalisha Oaks (Photo: Connecticut State Police)
Khaalisha Oaks (Photo: Connecticut State Police)

NORTH WINDHAM, Conn. (WTNH) — A raid of a drug factory has resulted in police recovering 50 grams of cocaine and crack cocaine. On September 14th detectives from the State Police Statewide Narcotics Task Force-East Field Office,state troopers, and members of the Willimantic Police Department executed a narcotics Search and Seizure Warrant at 59 Horn Road in North Windham.

The search warrant was the result of a collaborative, several-month long investigation into the sale of crack cocaine from the residence where detectives developed Khaalisha Oaks as the suspect.

On September 15th, detectives located and detained Oaks in close proximity of her Horn Road home. Officers entered the residence with a search warrant and located two adult females, a sixteen year old juvenile, and a nine month old baby. The women and the teenager were not charged.

In addition to the drug bust, the Department of Children and Families also responded and is conducting a Drug Endangered Child investigation.

Oaks has been charged with Possession of Narcotics, Operating a Drug Factory, Possession of Narcotics with Intent to Sell, and Risk of Injury to a Minor. She is set to appear in the Danielson Superior Court and has a bond set at $20,000.

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