JAMESTOWN – Jamestown police are continuing their fight against drug trafficking in the city with the recent arrest of three men, two of them being parolees.
Last Wednesday the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force searched a home at 21 Sturges St. and allegedly found a quantity of crack cocaine, cash and drug paraphernalia inside. Arrested was 35 year-old Anthony Dunmore, a parolee from Rochester.
On Friday, police raided a home at 19 Crossman St. and allegedly found heroin, ecstasy and cash inside the home. Arrested was 28 year-old Miles Jordan, a parolee from Cleveland.
And investigators raided a home at 841 E. Second St. on Friday and allegedly found a quantity of cocaine. Arrested was 33 year-old Lawrence McGrigg of Jamestown.
All three men were committed to the Chautauqua County Jail.