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Police arrest four on drug charges

The Valley News Dispatch
| Thursday, July 19, 2001 12:00 a.m

ARNOLD: Four people were arrested Monday on drug charges.

Antione Bernardo Abraham, 18, of North Atlantic Avenue, Pittsburgh; Lamont Jackson, 22, of Leishman Avenue, Arnold; Tim Albrecht, 20, of Fifth Avenue, Arnold; and a juvenile were picked up after selling drugs to undercover agents, state police said.

The arrests were part of patrols state police routinely conduct in the city.

Abraham sold $40 worth of suspected crack cocaine to an undercover agent along Fifth Avenue, police said.

Jackson was with an unidentified man who sold drugs to undercover agents, police said.

Jackson ran, and when he was apprehended four small bags of suspected marijuana was found in his possession, police said.

Albrecht also ran following the Fifth Avenue sale, and was caught in a house along Fourth Avenue with a small amount of marijuana in his possession.

There was no information available on the juvenile.

Police said about $200 was seized from the four men.

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