NORWICH – Three people remain in the city lock-up following the execution of a pair of search warrants at apartments located at 41-45 North Broad St. by the Norwich City Police Department Saturday.
According to Police Chief Joseph Angelino, the department was assisted by the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office in an investigation – and subsequent search – of the manufacture, packaging, sale and possession of illegal narcotics. Said the police chief, “This was a team effort by both agencies that involved complex techniques and long hours of investigation and surveillance.”
Police confiscated quantities of ‘crack’ cocaine, heroin, prescription drugs and other property, said Angelino.
Two of the individuals, Tonya Renee Jenkins, 42, of 41-45 North Broad St., and Timothy R. Armstrong, 20, of 27 Squires Ave., Endicott, were charged with fourth degree conspiracy, a class E felony, two counts of third degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a class B felony, seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child, both class A misdemeanors.