WAYNESBORO, Pa. ? A Waynesboro man has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of distributing approximately 10 ounces of methamphetamine he obtained in Hagerstown in 2005, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office.
Carlos Justin Mills, 27, of 2954 Oak Hill Road, was arraigned Thursday before Magisterial District Judge Larry Pentz in Waynesboro on charges of delivery of a controlled substance and criminal conspiracy, according to Pentz's office. He was released on $25,000 bail, a member of Pentz's staff said.
A press release issued Thursday by Attorney General Tom Corbett stated that "evidence and testimony of Mills' alleged meth trafficking was presented to a statewide grand jury, which recommended the criminal charges be filed."
The Franklin County Drug Task Force and Washington Township Police Department assisted in the investigation, Corbett said.
Corbett said the grand jury found Mills obtained the methamphetamine between January and August 2005 at an apartment in Hagerstown known as the "studio." The apartment was used for a music production company and for the distribution of the drug, Corbett said.