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Lancaster man charged with selling synthetic marijuana

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Lancaster City police are charging one man with selling synthetic marijuana out of his Lancaster home.

Pedro Andrades, 39, of 125 Old Dorwart St.  is being charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver Synthetic Marijuana, Delivery of Synthetic Marijuana, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

According to police, on Monday July 14, officers responded to a drug complaint at Andrades address. When officers obtained a search warrant they found Andrades in possession of 240 sealed Ziploc foil baggies containing suspected synthetic marijuana. Police also found $675.00 and numerous Cigar tubes/ blunt wrappers.


Police say a field test was conducted on the synthetic marijuana and tested positive for the presence of Cannabinoids.

Andrades is currently in Lancaster County Prison with a $200,000. Bail.