Leola man arrested, police seize drugs, cash after traffic stop
LANCASTER, Pa. – A traffic stop for a registration violation leads to the arrest of a Leola man on several drug charges. Members of Lancaster Police Bureau’s Selective Enforcement Unit initiated the stop just before 8 p.m. on Friday, September 2 in the 500 block of North Street. The attached registration plate was not assigned to the make and model of vehicle that was being operated a silver 2004 Jaguar S-type sedan.
The driver, 27 year old Fritzer Deranvil was found to be wanted on an outstanding warrant for Operating During Suspension through the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office.
Deranvil was arrested on the warrant. Doing a search, officers located a large cache of narcotics and money on his person. Police seized 5.41 grams of crack cocaine with estimated street value $550.00, 51 bags of heroin with an estimated street value $510.00. 29 bags of synthetic marijuana (K-2) with an estimated street value of $290.00 and $926.00 in cash.
Charges against Deranvil included Possession with Intent to Deliver Cocaine, Heroin and Synthetic Marijuana as well as Operating a Vehicle with no Registration and Driving while Operating Privilege is Suspended or Revoked.
Deranvil is being held without bail at Lancaster County Prison.