WYOMING COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Wyoming County Sheriff's Office says three people have been charged with selling drugs across the county.
Cory Dahl, 24, of Oak Orchard Street in Medina was charged after he allegedly sold Hydrocodone to an agent of the Wyoming County Drug Task Force while in the Village of Castile in 2016. He is charged with fourth-degree Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, and fifth-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was arraigned in county court and then released.
Melissa Baker, 33, of Warsaw is accused of selling Dihydrocodeinone and other pills in Warsaw in March. Deputies say she was arrested while visiting an inmate in county jail. She is charged with fourth-degree Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance and fifth-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. After being arraigned in Warsaw Town Court, she was sent to the Wyoming County Jail and is being held there in lieu of $15,000 cash bail. Additional charges are also possible, deputies say.
41-year-old Jose Serrano of Main Street in Delevan was charged after he allegedly sold cocaine in the Towns of Arcade and Yorkshire. His charges include two counts of third-degree Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance and two counts of third-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was arraigned in the county court and has been released after posting $2,500 cash bail.
The Sheriff's Office says suspected drug activity can be reported via a confidential tip line at (585)786-8965.