Littlestown Police arrested nine people Tuesday who were allegedly involved in the distribution of cocaine, heroin, LSD and marijuana in the Littlestown area.

Four of those individuals are from York County, said Littlestown Police Chief Charles G. Kellar.

Daniel Wayne Pizza, 30, of 2960 Hanover Pike in Hanover was charged with intent to deliver marijuana. During his arrest, police found he was in possession of 12.5 ounces of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, police said.

Nicolas Oriolo, 20, of 75 Test Road in Hanover was charged with intent to deliver LSD and intent to deliver cocaine, police said.

Bryan Louey, 25, of 112 Oak Crossing in York Township was charged with two counts of intent to deliver cocaine, police said.

Brandon Brady, 19, of 200 Ranch Road in Spring Grove was charged with intent to deliver cocaine and intent to deliver heroin. During his arrest police found he was in possession of nine grams of cocaine and a small amount of heroin, police said.

Community help: The investigations leading to the arrests have been going on for the last several months, and police credited Littlestown residents, some of whom worked with police and the Adams County Drug Task Force.

Citizens provided information about criminal or suspicious activities in their neighborhoods, Kellar said.

Also arrested were Michael Hill, 22, of 28 N. Queen St. in Littlestown, who was charged with intent to deliver cocaine and resisting arrest.


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During the arrest, Hill was in possession of crack cocaine and marijuana, police said.

Malcom Ross, 25, of 28 N. Queen St. in Littlestown, who was already wanted by police, was charged with intent to deliver cocaine and false identification to law enforcement. During his arrest, he was in possession of crack cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia, police said.

Nichole Mongelli, 27, of 28 N. Queen St. in Littlestown was charged with intent to deliver cocaine, police said.

Jacob Angolia, 23, of 525 Mehring Road in Littlestown was charged with intent to deliver marijuana, police said.

Anthony Palmisano, 19, of 8 Yorktowne Court in Littlestown was charged with intent to deliver marijuana, police said.

- Reach Greg Gross at 505-5434 or ggross@yorkdispatch.com.