Williamsport – Several individuals were charged through the office of District Magistrate Christian D. Frey for allegedly selling narcotics to confidential informants.
Terrence A. Reid, 49, of 765 W. Fourth St., Williamsport, allegedly sold cocaine to a confidential informant out of his apartment twice between January and February 2019, according to the Lycoming County District Attorney’s office.
He was charged with several counts of manufacture, delivery or possession of narcotics with intent to deliver, possession of narcotics and criminal use of communication facility. Reid’s bail was reduced from $75,000 to $35,000 at the preliminary hearing on Oct. 22. His case was waived for court.
In a separate case, Annalise H. Bezri, 24, whose last known address is 2500 Federal Ave., Williamsport, and Jahmere K. Johnson, 20, were charged for allegedly selling heroin to a confidential informant on June 27, 2019. Bezri drove Johnson in an orange Jeep Liberty to the area of Wayne and Linn streets in Newberry shortly after 3 p.m. to meet the informant, according to the affidavit. Johnson, who was in the passenger seat, reportedly sold the informant 28 light blue waxen bags of heroin for $200.
A short time later, a trooper from State Police at Montoursville conducted a traffic stop on Bezri. Police found that Johnson was in possession of the prerecorded money that was given to the confidential informant, according to the affidavit.
Johnson was charged with several counts of manufacture, delivery or possession of narcotics with intent to deliver. His bail was initially set at $250,000 and then lowered to $75,000 during the preliminary hearing. Johnson’s case was waived for court.
Bezri was charged with two counts of conspiracy – manufacture, delivery or possession of narcotics with intent to deliver. Bail was set at $75,000. Bezri’s case also was waived for court.