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April 10, 2017

Posted  April 10, 2017

Pennsylvania announced criminal charges against 15 people for their roles in a drug pipeline that distributed and sold 15,000 bricks of heroin in York and Blair counties over a two-year period. The heroin sold for approximately $5 million. A statewide investigating grand jury recommended the charges in this case. The grand jury determined the drug organization was headed by Wayne Davis, 36, and Lawrence Francis, 39, both of York. According to the grand jury presentment made public, Davis and Francis were responsible for transporting heroin and ecstasy along a New York City-York (PA)-Altoona pipeline during 2015 and 2016, when both men sold the drugs and engaged others to sell on their behalf.