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Police charge two after finding suspected crack cocaine residue: Police and Courts Roundup

Posted 12/4/19

Middletown police charged two people with drug offenses after finding suspected crack cocaine residue in their residence in the 200 block of Ann Street.

Dominique Chantal Reid, 34, and Melinda A. …

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Police charge two after finding suspected crack cocaine residue: Police and Courts Roundup

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Middletown police charged two people with drug offenses after finding suspected crack cocaine residue in their residence in the 200 block of Ann Street.

Dominique Chantal Reid, 34, and Melinda A. Thornton, 61, both of the same address, were charged Nov. 22 through District Judge David Judy with possession of a controlled substance by a person not registered, and use/possession of drug paraphernalia.

The suspected crack cocaine residue and paraphernalia were found in the residence Oct. 18 after police obtained a search warrant, police said in arrest papers filed with Judy.

A preliminary hearing for both Reid and Thornton is set for Dec. 23 before Judy.

DUI charge in Londonderry

State Police charged a Bainbridge man with DUI after being stopped in the 2300 block of Hillsdale Road in Londonderry Township at about 8:30 p.m. Oct. 24.

Police in arrest papers filed with District Judge David Judy said that Gerald Nathaniel Kreiser III, 46, of the 100 block of Governor Stable Road, was pulled over after police saw his green 1997 GMC Yukon cross the double yellow center line four times as Kreiser was eastbound on Hillsdale Road.

Kreiser showed signs of being impaired from alcohol during field sobriety tests, police said. He consented to a blood test. Results provided to police Nov. 10 showed that he had a blood-alcohol percentage of 0.092 percent at the time of the incident, according to arrest papers. The legal limit to drive is 0.08.

Kreiser was also charged with disregarding a single lane of traffic. His preliminary hearing before Judy is scheduled for Dec. 30.