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10 arrested in drug-related charges in Arnold |

10 arrested in drug-related charges in Arnold

| Wednesday, October 3, 2007 12:00 a.m

Arnold police and the Westmoreland County Drug Task Force have charged 10 people with possession with intent to deliver and delivery of crack cocaine.

The 10 and their initial bonds are:

&#149 Aaron “Footy” Blocker, 27, of Constitution Boulevard, New Kensington; $50,000 cash.

&#149 Gerald “Little G” Butler, 33, Florence Avenue, Pittsburgh; $10,000 cash.

&#149 Willie Scott Guy Jr., 37, Sinclair Street, New Kensington; $25,000 unsecured.

&#149 Victor Headen, 55, Freeport Road, New Kensington; $25,000 unsecured.

&#149 Gerald Johnson, 20, Sheldon Park, Harrison; $5,000 at 10 percent.

&#149 Michelle Palmer, 40, Third Avenue, Arnold; $5,000 straight.

&#149 Shawn M. Scott, 38, Riverside Drive, Arnold; $5,000 straight.

&#149 Tomara “Sissy” Wade, 38, Woodmont Avenue, New Kensington; bond amount not known.

&#149 Raymond “Amillion” Warner Jr., 20, Fourth Avenue, Arnold; bond amount not known.

&#149 Russell “Rusty” Krolicki, 43, address unknown; bond amount unknown.

Arrests were made in and around the city.

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