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11 people arrested on drug charges in Wyoming County

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The Wyoming County Drug Task Force has arrested 11 people accused of selling drugs in the past six weeks.

According to the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office, the following people have been charged:

  • Madison Willey, 25, is accused of selling fentanyl and cocaine in the Villages of Perry and Warsaw in the fall of 2017.
  • Joaanna Piontkowsi, 26, is accused of selling cocaine in the Village of Warsaw during the summer of 2017.
  • Mitchell Freeman, 29, is accused of selling buprenorphine in the Village of Attica in the fall of 2017.
  • A 17-year-old boy is accused of selling oxycodone in the Town of Eagle on two occasions during the summer of 2017. Deputies are not releasing his name because he may be eligible for youthful offender status.
  • Lance Mercado, 27, is accused of selling buprenorphine on two occasions during the fall of 2017.
  • Racheal Houlihan, 27, is accused of selling Heroin and fentanyl in the Villages of Warsaw and Perry.
  • William Lockwood, 25, is charged with criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance. Deputies say they searched is home and found a quantity of suspected crystal Meth, cash, and drug paraphernalia.
  • Holden Byer, 26, is accused of selling Suboxone in the village of Warsaw.
  • William Haight, 29, is charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance. Deputies say he agreed to sell drugs in the Village of Attica and ended up stealing the money given to him to buy the drugs.
  • David Schmieder, 23 is accused of selling amphetamines and heroin in the Village of Warsaw in the fall of 2017.
  • Benjamin Flynn, 28, is accused of selling buprenorphine in the Village of Perry on two occasions in the Spring of 2016.

Task force members say they are still seeking several other suspects on drug indictments and warrants.

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