Prosecutor: 40 bags of heroin found in body-cavity search
LANCASTER – The discovery of 40 bags of heroin during in a body-cavity search contributed to the recent conviction of a Pennsylvania man.
Following a two-day trial, PennLive.com reports 37-year-old Christopher Miller was convicted on charges of possession with intent to deliver heroin and possession of cocaine.
According to evidence presented at trial, police were called to a disturbance at a bar Sept. 17, 2017 and found Miller with 20 bags of heroin in his pockets, as well as a small amount of crack cocaine.
Lancaster County Assistant District Attorney Barry Goldman says at the station, police found an additional 40 bags of heroin in a body-cavity search.
Miller is scheduled for sentencing Feb. 7.