Trio Allegedly Busted With Drugs, Suspected For Sale In Jamestown

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JAMESTOWN – A trio was allegedly busted with drugs suspected to be sold in Jamestown during a traffic stop on the city’s northside.

Jamestown Police pulled over a vehicle for an alleged traffic violation on West 6th Street at North Main Street around 1 p.m. last Saturday.

Following an investigation, officers allegedly recovered a heroin fentanyl compound, cocaine and several controlled pills.

Furthermore, police say they found a switchblade and items for packaging the drugs for sale.

35-year-old Katiria Cruz Torres, 37-year-old Joseph Snyder, and 53-year-old Matthew Hall were arrested.

The three face several charges, connected to the drugs, warrants from the Sheriff’s Office and the alleged traffic infraction.


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