New information released on federal raid at Winston-Salem house
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WINSTON-SALEM -- A magistrate judge has unsealed important documents that shed light on what lead federal agents and Winston-Salem police officers to raid a house on East Sprague Street two weeks ago.
According to the indictment and affidavit, investigators accuse three suspects -- Angel Lorenzo, Inocensia Banos and the home's owner, Ramiro Roman -- of trying to smuggle illegal firearms, ammunition and drugs to Mexico.
Roman's next-door neighbor said he's still surprised at what happened.
"They were fairly quiet," Tom Gallagher said. "In the last 5 to 10 years they've been quiet. He's lived there for 17 years, we've lived here for 15 or 16."
A detention hearing for Ramiro Roman is set for this Monday, Aug. 13.
The magistrate judge also ordered to detain Angel Lorenzo until his trial, which is set for Sept. 10.