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Posted on: December 16, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Lancaster Woman Convicted of Heroin Sale to Informant; Had Additional Drugs at Home

Shiree Gray

A Lancaster woman was convicted this week in Lancaster County Court of selling heroin to an informant and having a stash of additional heroin and marijuana at her home and in her vehicle.

Shiree L. Gray, 49, sold 28 grams of heroin to the informant on Oct. 19, 2015. Lancaster County Drug Task Force detectives served a search warrant that same day at Gray’s home on Beaver Street.

Lancaster County Judge David Ashworth convicted Gray of three felonies and a misdemeanor following a non-jury trial on Monday, according to Assistant District Attorney Maria Cusick, who won the conviction.

Judge Ashworth will order sentence after a background check is completed.

On Oct. 19, 2015, the informant contacted Gray about purchasing heroin. The informant paid $500 for 28 grams of heroin, with the transaction happening at Gray’s home.

Later that day, detectives searched the Beaver Street home and found:
- 98 grams of heroin

- 353 grams of marijuana

- digital scales, baggies, and other drug paraphernalia

- $1,843 cash

Detectives found additional marijuana and cash in the vehicle.

Gray was convicted of drug delivery, possession with intent to deliver, criminal use of a cellphone, and paraphernalia.

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