Man Convicted on Drug Trafficking Charges
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A local man was convicted Friday after a drug bust in April 2010, where police found crack cocaine, bulletproof vests and loaded guns.
Warren Love, 36, of Rochester was arrested for facing a number of drug and weapons related charges.
Two years ago, authorities found 19 grams of crack cocaine, drug trafficking paraphenalia, bulletproof vests, two handguns; one of which was loaded with 10 rounds of ammunition, in Love's apartment.
They also found a loaded rifle under a sofa where his four-year-old son was playing.
Love has two prior state and federal drug trafficking convictions faces up to 30 years to life in prison and a $2 million fine.