2 arraigned in County Court and remain in jail on $100K bail
ALBION – Two people facing multiple felony counts appeared in Orleans County Court today and Judge James Punch set bail at $100,000 for both of them.
Terry Holloway Jr., 32, of 404 East Oak Orchard St., Medina was arrested on Aug. 1 on drug and weapons charges.
He was arraigned today in County Court on two counts each of third-degree criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance, as well as third-degree criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree.
Holloway is accused of being involved in the sale and distribution of heroin, crack cocaine and the sale of an AR-15 semi-auto assault rifle with over 200 rounds of ammunition, the Orleans County Major Felony Task Force reported.
Holloway has a prior felony for criminal possession of a controlled substance, as well as prior misdemeanor crimes, District Attorney Joe Cardone said.
Holloway was among 20 people arrested in drug sweep during the summer by the Task Force and other law enforcement officers.
Joshua L. Miller also was among those arrested in that sweep. Miller, 35, of 4706 East Shelby Rd., Medina is accused of manufacturing and distributing methamphetamine in Orleans County.
He was arraigned this afternoon on criminal possession of a controlled substance in the second degree, unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine in the third degree, and criminal possession of precursors of methamphetamine.
Miller has a prior felony and five prior misdemeanors, Cardone said.
Both Miller and Holloway are currently in jail.