ROSTRAVER TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Police say they have uncovered what is believed to be a drug house in Westmoreland County.
The Westmoreland County Drug Task Force and Rostraver Police raided the home in the early Wednesday morning.
When it was said and done, the police took three suspects into custody and seized what they believe is a significant amount of drug evidence.
It was around 6 a.m. when law enforcement hit the home at 211 Liberty Avenue in the Linwood section of Rostraver Township.
“This is an extensive investigation since October of last year,” said Rostraver Police Chief Greg Resetar. “We were able to gather enough evidence to develop a search warrant, which was executed today.”
Three people were arrested. They are identified as 48-year-old Mark Dolfi, 31-year-old Jennifer Patterson and 44-year-old Eugene Davis.
The three are accused of running the alleged drug operation out of the home.
“Heroin, cocaine, marijuana, crack cocaine and powdered cocaine also,” said Chief Resetar.
Day and night activity prompted the raid, but it was neighbors who police made the difference in making the bust.
“We solved a problem here,” said Chief Resetar. “It’s a very nice neighborhood, very quiet neighborhood, didn’t belong there, the residents spoke out and we handled it as we saw fit.”
Dolfi, Patterson and Davis are all in the Westmoreland County Jail. Dolfi and Patterson are being held on $50,000 straight cash bond. Davis’s bond has not yet been set.