Charlotte County Sheriff's Narcotics Unit detectives madesix arrests Monday, including one woman who allegedly called to buy crack cocaine while the alleged dealers were being arrested. Detectives told her to stop by and arrested her when she did.
Detectives served a search warrant at 3592 Middletown St., Port Charlotte around 2 p.m. to arrested five people. A search reportedly turned up four glass pipes, four metal mesh screens, two spoons, and one each of a ceramic plate, razor blade, a plastic baggie, a tissue containing opiates plus one purse containing Oxycodone and Oxymorphone pills. Another purse reportedly had Oxycodone and Clonazepam pills and a cigarette pack with 2.7 grams of cocaine. A wallet from one of the subjects contained $561 in cash.
Arreestees included: Steven Anthony Hrabak, 42, 3592 Middletown St., Port Charlotte; Gina Marie Schall, 45, 3572 Middletown St., Port Charlotte; Serfina Needham, 40, 21195 Meehan Ave., Port Charlotte; James George Hrabak, 44, 1706 Best Ave., Port Charlotte; and Hazrat Z. Ali, 47, 1250 Taylor Road, Apt. 222, Punta Gorda.
Jennifer Emily Creque, 31, 365 Lenoir St., Port Charlotte, was also arrested after stopping by looking for some "Hard" (slang for Crack Cocaine). Creque allegedly bought two small baggies with fake crack cocaine for $40. When the exchange was made, she was arrested.
Steven Hrabak and Ali were charged with possession of cocaine; Schall was charged with possession of Oxycodone and Oxymorphone; Needham was charged with possession of Oxycodone and Clonazepam; James Hrabak was charged with possession of Opiates; Creque was charged with attempted purchase of cocaine and possession of cocaine. All were charged with possession of narcotics paraphernalia.
James Hrabak and Ali were released on $3,500 bond. Schall and Needham remain in jail on $8,500 bond, and Steven Hrabak remains in jail on $3,500 bond.