Drug Task force nabs three in connection with alleged drug sales in Wyoming County
The Wyoming County Drug Task Force (WCDTF) recently arrested three area residents for alleged drug sales across the county.
|Cory Dahl||Melissa Baker|
Cory Dahl, 24, of Medina, and Melissa Baker, 33, of Warsaw, were each charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance in the fourth degree and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree.
Dahl was arrested June 29 and is accused of selling a quantity of hydrocodone to an agent of the WCDTF while in the Village of Castile in 2016.
He was arraigned in County Court and released. The Medina Police Department assisted with his arrest.
Baker was arrested July 3 and is accused of selling dihydrocodeinone and other pills in the Town of Warsaw in March. Her arrest came when she was seen visiting an inmate in the Wyoming County Jail.
She was arraigned in Warsaw Town Court and is held in the jail in lieu of $15,00 cash bail.
Additional charges are imminent.
Joe Serrano, 41, of Delevan, was charged July 6 with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree.
Serrano is accused of selling cocaine in the towns of Arcade and Yorkshire.
He was arraigned in County Court and released after posting $2,500 cash bail.
The WCDTF includes members from the Sheriff’s Office as well as the Arcade, Attica, Perry and Warsaw Police departments.
Suspected illegal drug activity can be reported to the confidential drug tip line at (585) 786-8965.