Police Seize Large Quantity Of Cocaine In Monday Traffic Stop

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JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Police say three people are behind bars after officers seized a large quantity of cocaine during a traffic stop Monday afternoon on North Main at Lamont Street.

Officers pulled over a vehicle for several alleged traffic violations just after 3 p.m.

Through investigation, Kori Robinson, 22, Islandah Mitchell, 20, and Bruce Page, 25, were allegedly found in possession of 3.5 ounces of powder cocaine and 4.7 ounces of crack cocaine.

The seizure has an estimated value of $10,000 to $12,000.

Detectives say the drugs would likely have been sold on the streets in Jamestown.

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Robinson, Mitchell and Page are all charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Police say as the investigation continues additional charges are expected.

Anyone with information on the illegal trafficking and sales of narcotics in Jamestown is asked to contact the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force at their anonymous tip line: 483-TIPS.


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