GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police on Tuesday charged a Hagerstown man with delivery of cocaine and other drug-related offenses that occurred during the past month.
Joseph Burns, 37, address unavailable, also was charged with criminal use of a communication facility and criminal conspiracy, police said. He was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Todd R. Willams and placed in Franklin County Jail on $50,000 bond, police said.
The state police Vice/Narcotics Unit assigned to the Chambersburg barracks began an investigation Aug. 20 after receiving information that a 29-year-old Greencastle, Pa., woman was selling crack and powder cocaine in the Greencastle area. Police said the woman sold cocaine to undercover troopers on four occasions and learned that her supplier was from Hagerstown.
The investigation concluded Tuesday when Burns went to an address on Grosh Drive in Antrim Township to supply the woman with cocaine, police said in a news release. At the time, he was taken into custody, police said they seized 14 grams of crack cocaine, 6 grams of powder cocaine, a 1994 Mazda minivan and an undisclosed amount of cash.