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A Lancaster man was convicted this week for dealing Crack Cocaine after a jury rejected a‘personal use’ defense. The jury deliberated about 40 minutes before returning a guilty verdict against 32-year-old Antonio Lary to a felony count of possession with intent to deliver.
Assistant District Attorney Barry Goldman presented evidence that Lary had 87 grams of Crack Cocaine in a pocket during a June 7, 2018, traffic stop in Lancaster city.
Lary is lodged at Lancaster County Prison on $450,000 bail and will be sentenced following a background investigation.
The District Attorney’s officer argued Lary had over 70 grams in bulk form in one bag, and 14 grams (a half-ounce) in a separate bag which was weighed out for immediate sale.
Authorities say the Crack Cocaine had an estimated street value between $4,000 and $8,000.