Heroin, cocaine, stolen guns seized in York City drug bust

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James R. Johnson (Submitted/2004 Mug Shot)

YORK CITY, Pa.–An investigation into a suspected drug house in York City led narcotics officers to over $160,000 worth of drugs during a warrant search on Friday.

James R. Johnson, 35, is charged with possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine, powder cocaine and heroin, two counts of felons not to possess a firearm and two counts of receiving stolen property.

Police executed a search warrant at his home along the 300 block of East Maple Street and seized $141,320 in heroin, $10,600 in crack cocaine and $8,700 in powder cocaine. Also seized were two stolen guns and $11,040 in cash.

The York City Police Narcotics Unit was assisted by the Nuisance Abatement Unit and the York County Quick Response Team.


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