Details are emerging regarding an early morning search warrant carried out at a residence in North Cornwall Township on June 4.
North Cornwall Township Police Department along with the Lebanon County Drug Task Force executed the search of 327 Quittapahilla Drive in Cleona around 6-7am on June 4.
Officers discovered several grams of suspected methamphetamine and suspected marijuana along with paraphernalia including pipes, straws, and drug packaging materials, leading law enforcement to believe that there was intent to distribute the narcotics.
Rebecca Swift, 47, Dusty Shutter, 25, and Felicia Revely, 26, were apprehended as a result of the search warrant. A fourth person, James Larnerd, 45, was also charged, but has not yet been apprehended
According to criminal complaints obtained by LebTown, .380 and 9mm handguns were recovered at the residence as well. According to the court documents, Swift admitted purchasing and delivering both firearms to Larnerd, who is prohibited from possessing them due to a prior felony narcotics convictions.
None of the three persons apprehended were able to post bail—$25,000 for Shutter and Revely, $75,000 for Swift—and are currently being held at Lebanon County Correctional Facility.
The three apprehended suspects are awaiting preliminary hearings which are currently scheduled for June 27.
North Cornwall Township police were assisted at the scene by the Lebanon County Emergency Services Unit.