Akron couple accused of supplying Northeast Ohio with carfentanil had treasure of designer goods. Reported by Amanda Garrett. Don-tay and Audrey Gibson had enough Gucci, Chanel and Louis Vuitton to open their own uber-posh boutique. The Akron couple — who investigators say ran a drug ring that distributed carfentanil and fentanyl throughout Northeast Ohio — lived in a tiny Kenmore ranch that was purchased two years ago for $43,000. Yet Audrey alone dropped more than 15 times what that house was worth at Saks Fifth Avenue between July 2016 and her arrest in February, court records show. Now Summit County prosecutors have filed a civil action that would allow the sheriff’s department to ultimately sell what she bought, along with several cars and a variety of items that police seized during the probe.