Sean Hencmann, Shanine Medina-White and Lisangel Robles
LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) -
Three people face charges stemming from a drug raid where authorities said they seized 10 pounds of marijuana and more than $50,000 in cash.
The Lancaster County Drug Task Force said detectives searched a home at 1810 Spring Ridge Lane in Lancaster Township on July 10 and found $51,000 in a large safe in the basement of the townhome and an
additional $3,000 on one of the residents, 27-year-old Sean Hencmann.
Officials said a 9mm semi-automatic pistol was found hidden in a
shoebox in the couple's bedroom, and detectives
seized items valued at approximately $35,000 as suspected assets
from drug sales.
Hencmann and his fiance, 27-year-old Shanine Medina-White, were charged with possession with intent to deliver marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal conspiracy.
Hencmann was additionally charged with a firearms offense.
Another man that did not live at the home, 31-year-old Lisangel Robles, was in the living room of the home and was in possession of
a small amount of marijuana, authorities said.
He was released without charges and will be sent a summons for possession of marijuana, officials said.