LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – Authorities say they charged 12 people who were dealing either heroin or methamphetamine in eastern Lancaster County.
Nine of the suspects were arrested during an ongoing sting while three others remain at large, according to District Attorney Craig Stedman’s office.
Seven were arrested during an Aug. 25 sweep. Stedman’s office identified them as:
– Lawrence Nabozny III, 34, Ronks, free on unsecured bail;
– Chad S. Hassis, 41, Narvon, free on bail;
– Melanie J. Laudermilch, 37, Mohnton, free on unsecured bail;
– Daniel R. Umble, 42, Christiana, jailed on $250,000 bail;
– Harlan S. Martin, 48, New Holland, jailed on $300,000 bail;
– Christina Rolinski, Ephrata, jailed on $250,000 bail; and
– David R. Anderson Jr., 28, New Holland, jailed on $300,000 bail.
Rolinski is accused of dealing heroin. The others are charged with delivery of methamphetamine.
Additionally, Daniel Pate, 38, of Denver, is jailed on $50,000 bail and Marion Chester Griffin, of Narvon, is jailed on $3.5 million bail. Both were arrested before the Aug. 25 sweep.
Stedman’s office said the three who remain at large are suspected meth dealers. Authorities identified them as Russell E. Samuels II, 41, of Honey Brook; Tammy Ann Givler, 40, of Denver; and Joy K. Patterson, 31, of Honey Brook, who’s charged in conspiracy with Harlan Martin.
Correction: In the photographs at the top of the article, the photo of David Anderson Jr. previously submitted by authorities was that of David Anderson Sr., who is also charged in separate drug crimes.