LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) — The Lancaster County Drug Task Force has arrested and charged a man for allegedly dealing marijuana and fentanyl. The street value of the drugs seized totaled nearly $90,000.
According to the DA’s office, Alexis Martinez, 38, of Lancaster, was arrested after the task force received information from the Lancaster City Bureau of Police regarding a strong marijuana odor coming from a storage unit on Seymour Street.
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Martinez was the renter listed on the unit that the task force members searched. In the unit, the force confiscated:
- 8,161 grams of marijuana
- 900ml of liquid THC oil
- 36 100mg THC vape cartridges
- Paraphernalia, including a heat press to extract oil from the plants
In the N. Broad Street home, the force confiscated:
- 423.5 grams of marijuana
- 27 fentanyl pills
- $3,962.00 U.S. currency
- Various paraphernalia
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Martinez has been arraigned and bail was set at $5,000. He is currently in Lancaster County Prison and is presumed innocent until proven guilty.