Marijuana Dealer with Shotgun, 3 Pistols Jailed at Least 4 Years

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Terrance R. Bair

LANCASTER, Pa. — A Lancaster man will serve at least 4 years in state prison for dealing marijuana and having stolen firearms at his city home. Lancaster County Judge Howard Knisely recently ordered 22-year-old Terrance R. Bair serve 4 to 8 years in prison for 8 charges, including 3 felonies.
In January 2015, Lancaster County Drug Task Force detectives raided Bair’s home in the 400 block of North Christian Street and found:

– About 6 ounces of marijuana

– Drug-packaging supplies, including digital scales and baggies

– Mossberg pump-action shotgun in a bedroom closet

– .22 caliber revolver in a bedroom drawer

– .45 caliber semiautomatic pistol, reported stolen out of Lancaster city, in attic safe

– .45 caliber semiautomatic pistol, reported stolen out of Manheim Township, in attic safe

Bair has prior robbery convictions, as a juvenile, which prohibit him from possessing firearms.

He pleaded guilty in September to the recent charges.

Assistant District Attorney Maria Cusick prosecuted the case.

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