Drug Arrest graphic _ 2019

Williamsport – Police found a large quantity of drugs on a woman when she was pulled over last week in downtown Williamsport.

Brandy Flick, 27, of Williamsport, was charged with several felony counts of manufacture, delivery or possession of narcotics with intent to deliver.

State Police at Montoursville pulled Flick over at 10:04 p.m. on November 5, 2019 at W. Third and Pine streets. During the traffic stop, Flick was found to have crack and multiple cell phones on her person, according to the report written by Trooper Anthony Mazzone. Upon further investigation, there was probable cause that more drugs were present inside the vehicle, Mazzone said.

At that time, the vehicle was impounded and police obtained a search warrant. Upon searching the vehicle, police found 11 grams of crack, 10 grams of heroin/fentanyl, six grams of methamphetamine, just over 100 pills of benzodiazepines, 28 bags filled with heroin, 1,000 empty bags, four cell phones, two scales, cash in multiple denominations and various packaging materials.

Flick is awaiting scheduling of a preliminary hearing at the office of District Magistrate Christian D. Frey.

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