SOUTH BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - One man was arrested following an overnight drug raid in a South Buffalo home over the weekend.
Buffalo SWAT and Narcotics Detectives surrounded a home on Hammerschmidt Avenue in South Buffalo on Sunday.
Neighbors said several rounds of tear gas were shot through the windows of the home in order to find 36-year-old Robert Wilson.
Once the SWAT team served their search warrant, they broke through the upstairs door where they found a large quantity of illegal mushrooms.
Found in Wilsons possession were: 25 hallucinogenic mushrooms, 9 plastic bags of growing mushrooms; more than 1 dozen mason jars with growing mushrooms; six chocolate freezy pops with mushrooms inside and more than 40 chocolate covered candied mushrooms called "chill pills."
Additionally police found more than 25 grams of marijuana and two scales.
Buffalo Police spokesman Mike DeGeorge said Wilson was arrested on drug and weapons charges.
According to an arrest report, Wilson has a criminal history and wasn't allowed to have a gun in his possession.
Sources said Wilson is behind bars tonight on $10,000 bail. He is due back in court Thursday afternoon.
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