Felony charges have been filed against three people following a pair of drug raids in the village of Endicott.

Authorities say the first search warrant was executed on Squires Avenue Tuesday morning.

Investigators say they confiscated a loaded .22 caliber revolver, some crack cocaine and about $1,000 is suspected drug sale proceeds.

Police say two people arrested in that raid face weapon and drug possession counts. They are 41-year-old Yolanda Matthews of Squires Avenue and 38-year-old Juvon Toombs of Chapin Street, Binghamton.

A short time later, officers seized crack cocaine in a search of a Central Street residence.

As a result of that operation, 32-year-old Charles Robinson of Central Street was charged with two felony drug possession counts.

The warrants were executed by the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force with assistance from the Endicott Police Department Response and Interdiction Patrol Team.

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