Whitpain Twp. police officers are some of the most tenacious law enforcement officials in Montgomery County and maybe the whole State of Pennsylvania. On June 8, 2012, Danielle Leach of Norristown, was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic violation as it went to enter Blue Bell Springs on Dekalb Pike. Once the car was stopped, Whitpain officers searched the vehicle and found: cocaine, scales, tools, and packaging supplies, a.k.a. all the things police look for when they are searching out people who sell cocaine. As a result, Leach was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, and disorderly conduct. District Justice Robert Sobeck in Blue Bell set Leach's bail at $1000.00 straight cash. As a Montgomery County Drug Possession Lawyer and Montgomery County Possession with Intent Lawyer, I can tell you that a charge of possession with intent to sell drugs will almost always be part of a criminal complaint, no matter the amount of the drugs, so long as police find stuff with it that indicates the drugs are to be sold. Such stuff found in the vehicle Leach was riding in are good examples, Other things police look for are multiple cell phones, pagers, large amounts of cash, small glassine baggies, etc. Police are cracking down on drug activity more and more, not only in Whitpain Twp, but also spots like Upper and Lower Moreland, Hatboro, Elkins Park, Upper Darby, Pottstown, and Lansdale.
Norristown Woman Charged With Possession With Intent to Deliver in Whitpain Twp.