Nineteen people have been arrested following a narcotics investigation into a large scale fentanyl and methamphetamine distribution ring in the Jamestown area.
The Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force, Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Narcotics Investigators, and Ellicott Police Department conducted raids on 628 Spring Street and 15 West Cowden Street in Jamestown, and at 252 West Main Street in Falconer on Wednesday afternoon, December 7.
Police seized in the three raids over 107 grams of fentanyl, over 19 grams of methamphetamine, packing materials, a 9mm pistol that was previously reported stolen from the Village of Lakewood, a large capacity ammunition feeding device, and $2,940 in cash.
So Y R they back on the streets…..they need to stop this ..N O bail crap….get them off the streets keep them all locked up….
Charlene Terrill says
Enough is enough… Every single one of these people have been charged with drugs within at least the last two- three years! Slap their hands,and let them go! Just to set up shop again!! Makes me angry with the judicial system. Keep them in jail. Let them snitch out the rest.
Bear Wolf says
You should be more angry about the judicial system that is corrupted and maybe take a stand and start fixing the corruption and getting rid of these judiciary judges and lawyers and cops and CPS and all the other corporated corrupted Municipal crap they have around here
Tom Ormsby says
I read several comments on here about the bail problem, and don’t get me wrong I believe it is flawed. But these are American citizens that have the constitution in their favor, “innocent until proven guilty”. They still have the courts to deal with, but what most of them need is help with drug problems…