Several Grams of Heroin, Loaded Beretta During Dewitt Traffic Stop
Police say they found several grams of heroin and a loaded .380 Beretta during a traffic stop in the town of Dewitt.
State Police say Troopers had been working a special Gun Interdiction Detail outside the city of Syracuse this week. They arrested a 29-year-old Syracuse man after the traffic stop when Troopers say the found 4.3 grams of Heroin, a digital scale with drug reside on it, and the loaded gun (pictured above).
Moab Agnew-El was arrested on charges of Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the second-degree (class-B Felony), Criminal Possession of a Firearm (class-E Felony), along with two misdemeanor charges of criminally possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
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Unrelated to the arrest above, state police also shared news this week of an arrest on I-87 that also involved a traffic stop that results in drug charges.
Police say in the early morning hours on Monday (March 7) they pulled over a vehicle in the town of Cornwall for a vehicle and traffic infraction. Troopers say they established probably cause to search the vehicle and occupants which resulted in the discovery of more than two-grams of cocaine and a digital scale, with what is also alleged to have cocaine residue on it.
Enxhurjena Gjeta, 23, and Emanuel Agaj, 24, both from Bronx, NY were charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the fifth-degree (class-D felony) and a misdemeanor count of criminal use of drug paraphernalia.
[AUTHOR'S NOTE: All persons suspected of wrongdoing or charged in any cases are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.]