Jamestown Police make heroin arrests

TWO ARRESTED FOR HEROIN IN JAMESTOWN

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- Two men have been charged after investigators found 85 bags of heroin Friday.

When Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force officers and New York state police searched a residence at 25 W. 9th Street Friday, they found that heroin was being sold at that address and at 130 Fairview, police say. 

 The Jamestown S.W.A.T. team was called to help Jamestown Police get into the building at 25 W. 9th Street. 

Once inside, investigators found 85 bags of heroin, cash and drug paraphernalia. 

Jeffrey Myers, 51, was charged with third-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance for the heroin bags found at West 9th Street. 

Bradley McKay, 22, was charged with sale and possession of heroin at 130 Fairview Ave at an earlier time, investigators say. 

Myers and McKay are at the Jamestown City Jail waiting for their arraignments. 

An investigation into the trafficking operation continues and police say more arrests are expected. 

They ask that anyone with information about illegal drug trafficking in Jamestown call the anonymous tip line at 716-483-Tips (8477).


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