Five people have been charged as a result of drug investigations in Port Chester, including one New Rochelle man.
Port Chester Village police said an undercover drug buy on North Main Street led to the arrest of a Connecticut man, and a month-long probe done in conjunction with Westchester County Police led to four arrests in a raid on Eldridge Street.
Friday, Richard A. Delsoldato, 24, of 259 Seaside Ave., Stamford, CT, was charged with third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance after a drug sale to an undercover police officer in front of JT Straws Bar & Grill, 435 N. Main St. at about 12:30 a.m.
Delsoldato was being held for arraignment in Port Chester Village Court.
On Thursday night, Port Chester police and Westchester County Police executed a search warrant at 27 Eldridge St. after a month-long drug investigation.
Four people were arrested and were being held for arraignment in Village Court:
- , 55, of 27 Eldridge St.
- Toni Denise Green, 50, of 27 Eldridge St.
- Richard Thomas, 48, of 395 Webster Ave., New Rochelle
- Jason Torres, 39, who told police he homeless, whose last known address was in the Bronx.
All four are charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, with intent to sell, a felony.