East Lampeter Township man facing felony charges after raid of his home reveals drugs, stolen gun

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LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– An East Lampeter Township man is facing charges after a raid of his home revealed drugs and a stolen gun.

Damien Carpenter-Krister, 27, is facing three felony charges in connection to the search of his home.

On Monday, August 13, the Lancaster County Drug Task Force raided Carpenter-Krister’s Crestmont Avenue home and found the following:

Items seized from Carpenter-Krister’s home.

  • 20 grams and 15 baggies of heroin
  • 11.8 grams of cocaine
  • About an ounce of marijuana
  • A stolen Smith and Wesson 9-mm handgun, which was loaded. It was reported stolen in January.
  • Stamp devices used to brand heroin baggies
  • Other drug-dealing supplies
  • $2,269 cash

Carpenter-Krister was arraigned on Tuesday morning, and bail was set at $250,000.

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