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Williamsport Bureau of Police say officers obtained information drug trafficking at the city residence located at 702 Penn St in the city. Authorities say officers knocked on the door and when residents answered the door police smelled marijuana emanating and observed a large amount of cocaine in plain view.
During the course of the investigation 28 yr-old suspect Jumichael Drummond was taken into custody. Police say they then conducted a search of the residence and located over 20 grams of cocaine, 2 oz of heroin, over $2000.00 cash, narcotics packaging/distributing items, and a semi-automatic handgun with ammunition determining the items to have been possessed by Drummond.
Drummond was subsequently detained in the Lycoming County Prison by the Pennsylvania State Parole Office. Authorities say they will file charges for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute, Person Not to Possess a Firearm, and other related offenses.
In 2013 Drummond was arrested on numerous charges including weapons and drug charges and saw all those charges dismissed save a receiving stolen property charge he pleaded guilty to on July 15, 2015 following the 2013 arrest. Drummond received 3 to 6 years in this case.
The original charges in that case were:
Possession Of Firearm Prohibited- dismissed
Receiving Stolen Property- guilty plea
Firearms Not To Be Carried W/O License- dismissed
Possession Controlled Substance- dismissed
Marijuana-Small Amt Personal Use- dismissed
Use/Poss Of Drug Paraphernalia- dismissed
The 28 year old Drummond was convicted in 2013 to 2-4 years in Centre County after pleading guilty to Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver. He was sentenced 7/22/15 only a week later.