4th arrest made in Manchester crack, cocaine, and fentanyl bust
MANCHESTER - Another person has been arrested and accused of trying to sell the drugs confiscated in last week's bust at a Belmont Street apartment.
The apartment's leasee - Amanda Gurley, 26 of 273 Belmont St., was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute.
Gurley was also arrested in January in connection with an attempted burglary of a 65-year-old woman that ended with the attacker getting shot.
Police said they found 90 grams of crack cocaine (street value $9,000), 65 grams of cocaine (street value $6,500); 117 grams of a substance believed to be fentanyl (street value $8,000); 44 assorted prescription pills of Alrazopam and Lorazepam (street value $125.00); and more than $9,000 in cash.
John Gebo, 30; Kelvin Reddick, 33; and Brandon Griffin, 28, are all also facing drug charges related to the bust.
Gurley appeared in court on Tuesday.