2 charged with selling marijuana in Albion
Press release, OC Major Felony Crime Task Force
ALBION – Two Albion men, both 20, have been arrested following a month-long investigation into the sale and distribution of marijuana in the village of Albion, the Orleans County Major Felony Crime Task Force reported.
The Task Force stopped on Thursday stopped a vehicle on West Avenue and executed a search warrant at 122 Herrick St. As a result, police arrested two men and seized over 3 ounces of marijuana, $1,400 in cash, a shotgun, scales, packaging and other drug paraphernalia.
The following were arrested:
Cody W. Stymus, 20, of 122 Herrick St., who was charged with one count of criminal sale of marijuana in the third degree, two counts of criminal sale of marijuana in the fourth degree, and one count of criminal possession of marihuana in the fifth degree.
Samuel R. Remley, 20, of 54 Meadowbrook Drive, who was charged with one count of criminal sale of marijuana in the third degree and one count of criminal possession of a marijuana in the fifth degree.
Stymus and Remley were arraigned in Albion Town Court by the Town Justice Gary Moore. They were both committed to Orleans County Jail. Bail was set at $2,000 for Stymus and $1,000 for Remley. Both are to return to Town Court on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
The investigation is ongoing and additional charges and arrests are pending, the Task Force reported.