ARNOLD, Pennsylvania – An Arnold man was arrested after police seized more than $21,000 worth of drugs from his home.
According to a news release, officers from the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office – Bureau of Narcotics Investigation worked in conjunction with the Westmoreland County Drug Task Force and Arnold Police to conduct detailed surveillance of the narcotics in the 1900 block of Woodmont Avenue in Arnold.
The district attorney’s office said it received several complaints of suspected drug activity around the house in connection with a man named Terry Crawford.
According to the district attorney’s office, Crawford was seen leaving the house and was arrested on active warrants outside of Allegheny County.
The statement said Crawford had 0.2 grams of raw heroin in his possession at the time of his arrest.
During the search of the home, law enforcement found 154 grams of cocaine, with a street value of $15,400; 20.3 grams of raw heroin, with a street value of $6,090; and drug paraphernalia.
Crawford is charged with two counts of drug possession, as well as possession with intent to deliver heroin and cocaine.
“I commend the Westmoreland County Drug Task Force, including state, county and local officers, for their continued efforts in the fight against illegal drugs. I am grateful to the brave police officers who are committed to fighting this war on drugs. Their efforts have a daily impact,” Westmoreland County District Attorney Nicole W. Ziccarelli said.
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