A Woodstock man is facing serious felony charges after a raid of his Ohayo Mountain Road home turned up heroin, weed, drug packaging materials and what police called an imitation handgun.
A Saugerties woman in the home at the time was charged with misdemeanor drug possession.
According to the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Team (URGENT), as a result of a probe into heroin sales in the Woodstock area which had begun last month, late on the afternoon of Thursday, February 4, URGENT personnel and Woodstock police executed a search warrant at 165 Ohayo Mountain Road. They found, URGENT said, 1, 087 decks of heroin with an estimated street value of $15, 000, a little over three-quarters of a pound of marijuana, 1.2 grams of crack cocaine, drug packaging materials, methadone, an imitation handgun and $9, 825 in cash.
Arrested was the resident of the home, Allen B. Martin, 56, and Marnie J. Henry, 38, of Saugerties. A third person there at the time was not arrested.
Martin faces a raft of charges. The felonies: first-, third- and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance; first-degree criminal nuisance; and third-degree criminal possession of marijuana. The misdemeanors: seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance; and two counts of second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia. Following arraignment in Woodstock Town Court, he was sent on no bail to Ulster County Jail.
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