Harold P. Beatty, left, and Harold M. Beatty (submitted)
YORK, Pa. (WHTM) -
York police are looking for two city men wanted after a drug search of their home turned up more than $16,000 worth of crack cocaine, heroin and marijuana.
Warrants have been obtained for 46-year-old Harold P. Beatty and 22-year-old Harold M. Beatty, both of 631 W. Market Street, police said Friday.
Authorities said both men should be considered dangerous.
Three people were arrested after police executed a search warrant at the home Thursday. Police identified them as Laquane Beatty, 20, also of 631 W. Market; Luis Rodriguez Jr., 23, of 707 Pennsylvania Avenue; and Talysha Hughes, 22, of 564 W. Philadelphia Street.
Police said the search also turned up $16,000 in crack cocaine, $300 in heroin, $35 in marijuana, packaging materials, scales, crack cocaine cooking paraphernalia, and $1,859 in U.S. currency.
Anyone with information is asked to call the York City Police Department at 717-846-1234.
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