Bust nets cocaine, fentanyl and two arrests

Aimee Ambrose
York Dispatch

Two people are jailed after police seized nearly 300 grams of cocaine and fentanyl in a bust in Hanover.

Amy Wolf, 32, and Frederick Hess Jr., 47, both of Hanover, are each facing charges of possession with intent to deliver controlled substances after they were arrested on warrants Friday, Hanover Borough Police said in a statement.

Baggies of fentanyl, cocaine and crack are displayed along with guns and cash following a drug bust in which two people were arrested in Hanover on Friday.

Hanover police teamed with members of the York County Drug Task Force to search a home in the 400 block of East Middle Street as part of an investigation. About 134 grams of fentanyl tablets, 65 grams of cocaine and 76½ grams of crack cocaine were seized along with four guns, drug paraphernalia, stolen items and more than $2,500 in cash, according to the statement.

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Wolf and Hess were taken into custody at the scene, and then jailed at the York County Prison. They were arraigned in a magisterial district court Saturday and have preliminary hearings set for March 18, court documents show.

The case remains under investigation, police said.

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— Aimee Ambrose can be reached at aambrose@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @aimee_TYD.