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Deli worker accused of selling marijuana to undercover Lansdale cop

Last week, a Bucks County man was arrested for allegedly selling marijuana to an undercover police officer from Lansdale. Police began investigating the man two months ago when they were told that an employee at a local deli was involved in selling marijuana.

The drug crimes the man has been charged with are serious offenses. According to reports, the 58-year-old deli worker has been charged with several offenses, including three felony counts of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance.

Police reported that they had received information in December 2012 about a deli worker in Hatfield Township who was selling marijuana. While conducting an investigation, police allegedly identified which employee was selling marijuana. Police then reported that an undercover officer made contact with the deli worker and purchased marijuana from the worker on three separate occasions.

The undercover officer allegedly purchased one ounce of marijuana from the worker on Jan 9, Jan. 25 and Feb. 22. All of the transactions took place in a school parking lot, police reported.

The deli worker was arrested last week after the third transaction. The man's vehicle has been seized. Police reported that they also seized $3,400 in cash.

Individuals who are accused of committing drug crimes will want to consider the benefits of working with an attorney when moving forward with their cases in court. Drug crime offenses often carry harsh penalties, such as jail time and fines. Defendants will want to be aware of the consequences they may face for the crimes they have been accused of committing, and they will also want to be aware of their defense options when it comes to fighting drug charges. An experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney can assist individuals who need to resolve these issues.

Source: Montgomeryville-LansdalePatch, "Pot dealer sold to undercover cop in school parking lot, police say," Tony Di Domizio, Feb. 25, 2013

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