LANCASTER, Pa.– According to District Attorney Craig Stedman, the Lancaster County Drug Task Force arrested 11 people involved with seven separate drug-dealing operations. The Task Force seized an estimated $400,000 in heroin, cocaine and marijuana, and several illegal guns.
The arrests included a record heroin seizure last month during a vehicle stop in Lancaster city, where they found over a kilogram of heroin. Stedman said that is an estimated street value of $300,000. This is believed to be the biggest record-breaking bust by the Task Force, according to Stedman.
The following people were arrested:
Larry Michael Anne, 49-years-old
Anthony N. Santiago, 26-years-old
Lindsay R. Trout, 25-years-old
Angel Noel Martinez, 25-years-old
Shiree Laverne Gray, 48-years-old
Javonne T. King, 25-years-old
Alvin J. Santos, 24-years-old
Victor Virola, 23-years-old
Michael T. Stewart, 37-years-old
Kenton S. Reid, 44-years-old
Syeen Y. Hill, 35-years-old
At Anne’s home in Leola, detectives found items linked to heroin packaging and dealing. The investigation is ongoing and police expect to make additional arrests. Anyone with information about drug-dealing activity in this case or elsewhere in Lancaster County, can contact the Task Force, anonymously, at 717-295-3612.