Southern Tier Task Force Arrests Seven People In Separate Raids, Netting Plenty of Drugs

MAYVILLE-Seven people were arrested in total during two separate raids Wednesday according to the Southern Tier Regional Task Force.

A man was allegedly discovered with nearly 50 grams of cocaine and crack cocaine during a raid of his residence at 6621 Rt.60 in Sinclairville around 10:20 A.M.

Timothy J. Harrison, 55, also reportedly possessed nearly 172.1 grams of marijuana, scales and a large amount of U.S. currency. Harrison was remanded to County Jail without bail on a charge of 3rd degree Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance.

More felony charges are expected for Harrison per the Task Force.

Image by the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task shows evidence seized in Town of Charlotte Raid.

The second raid, this of 12211 Alleghany Rd., Hanover, reportedly netted over 21 grams of uncut fentanyl, cocaine, concentrated cannabis, suboxone, scales, a large amount of U.S. currency, one rifle and packaging materials.

Six people were each arrested for 3rd and 4th degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. All were committed to County Jail on $75,000 cash/$150,000 Property Bond.

The following are the names of each suspect in the Hanover raid:

Adam N. Mox, 22, and James M. Hurley, 23, both of the raided address, Nicholas J. Shambo, 21, and Amber R. Roush, 21, both of 5 3rd St., Forestville, Joy M. Sprague, 22, 1710 King Rd., Forestville, and Mikayla A. Miller, 22, 13 Parkway, Silver Creek.

The raid was reportedly the result of several overdoses, two of them fatal, in northern Chautauqua County.


Comments are closed.