Warren man pleads to 10-count drug indictment

WARREN — A Warren man who was the subject of a two-year drug investigation by the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office drug task force on Tuesday pleaded guilty to a 10-count indictment.

Terrell Allen, 29, of 460 Summit St. NW, appeared before Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge Andrew D. Logan, who convicted him of five counts of trafficking in a fentanyl related compound, two counts trafficking in cocaine, two counts possession of fentanyl-related compound and one count possession of cocaine.

Four of the counts contained forfeiture specifications in which the defendant has to give up about $1,500 in cash, a 2004 Infinity automobile, firearms and various paraphernalia, Logan said.

Allen will be sentenced after he undergoes a background investigation conducted by the county’s adult probation department. He could face more than a dozen years in prison.

The charges came from a Trumbull Action Group task force investigation that began July 15, 2019, in which the defendant conducted drug sales to a confidential informant. TAG agents also searched the defendant’s home twice in August 2019 and again in April 2020, during which drugs, cash, firearms and paraphernalia was found, according to prosecutors.

Allen, who is represented by attorney Sarah Kovoor, remains free after posting a $25,000 bond.


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