WILTON — Three Wilton residents were arrested on Wednesday after a lengthy investigation into drug trafficking within Saratoga County.
Police said that the three people were distributing cocaine throughout the area. Two of the men were arrested on Tuesday on other drug charges following a traffic stop in Rockland County.
After obtaining a warrant, police searched the homes of Anthony P. Delaurie Jr., 43, and 28-year-old Kirsti R. Alden, both of 664 Route 9, and Daniel L. Jones, 42, of 137 Hibiscus Lane.
Officers found quantities of cocaine and other drugs, packaging materials and scales at both residences, according to a news release from the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office.
A Saratoga Springs man faces multiple charges after allegedly fleeing from police after a traffic stop.
All three were charged with felony counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and misdemeanor seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Delaurie and Alden also face an additional charge of felony fourth-degree conspiracy.
The suspects were arraigned in Wilton Town Court. Alden was released to pretrial services and Delaurie and Jones were taken to the Saratoga County Jail. Police said additional charges are pending.
Jones and Delaurie were arrested on Tuesday by State Police after a traffic stop in Ramapo.
Jones allegedly was found to be in possession of 14 grams of methamphetamine as well as 2.4 grams of crack cocaine. He also faces additional charges for allegedly running from the scene and leading police on foot chase. Jones was charged with the following felonies: tampering with physical evidence, two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance and three misdemeanors for criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of a controlled substance, obstruction of governmental administration and resisting arrest.
Delaurie, who was a passenger in the vehicle, was charged with a misdemeanor for criminal possession of a controlled substance.
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