Lancaster man charged with selling marijuana from wife’s daycare center

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LANCASTER, Pa. - A Lancaster City man faces charges after police say he was selling marijuana out of his wife's childcare center.

Craig L. Johnson, 43, was arrested after a recent raid at Gymboree Family Childcare at 407 South West End Avenue.

Lancaster County Drug Task Force detectives served a search warrant at the facility following an investigation that included surveillance, and found marijuana, paraphernalia and a thousand dollars in cash. Detectives seized 87 grams of marijuana, with an estimated street value of $1,000.

Following arraignment Johnson, was released on $50,000 unsecured bail. His wife hasn't been charged.  No children were believed to be harmed as part of Johnson's crimes.

Police say they notified the Lancaster Department of Health & Human Services of the criminal activity at the daycare.


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