A 36-year-old Winslow Avenue man was arrested on several charges after a raid ordered by acting Buffalo City Court Judge Jeffrey F. Voelkl turned up crack cocaine, a drug scale, marijuana and an AK-47 assault rifle loaded with 29 rounds of ammunition early Tuesday.

Buffalo police narcotics officers, a K9 dog “Duke” and the Police SWAT team raided the home of Kevin Baldon about 6:40 a.m., reportedly finding him in a rear bedroom where “Duke” found a plastic bag full of alleged crack cocaine and detectives found an AK-47 with 29 rounds in its magazine and two bags of marijuana. Detectives reported finding a digital scale with cocaine residue on a microwave oven in the kitchen.

Baldon was charged with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon for the loaded assault rifle, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fourth and seventh degrees, criminally using drug paraphernalia in the second-degree and unlawful possession of marijuana.