Two More Arrests in Port Chester Drug Investigation

"Operation Clean Sweep" conducted by Port Chester detectives and Westchester County Police, targeting drug sales on the streets of Port Chester.

With two more arrests, the total of people charged in an ongoing investigation of drug sales on the streets of Port Chester has hit 14, according to Port Chester Police.

Two more Port Chester residents have been charged with illegal drug sales and possession as a result of "Operation Clean Sweep." The effort is being conducted by Port Chester Police detectives and Westchester County Police Narcotics Unit.

The investigation has taken place over the past 18 months in the village.

The latest residents charged in the probe are:

- Michael Dobbins, 27, of 61 Traverse Ave., Port Chester

- David Willis, 42, of 4 Willow St., Port Chester

Both face hearings in Port Chester Village Court.

Also charged in the investigation are:

·        Cory Peterson – Age 26 – 362 Willett Avenue, Port Chester

·        Lester Jones – Age 50 – 11 Stewart Place, Yonkers

·        Enrique Goyburu – Age 25 – 22 Sands Street, Port Chester

·        Ronald Harris – Age – 35 – (last known address) 15 Weber Drive, Port Chester

·         George Duche – Age 23 – 168 Poningo Street, Port Chester

·        John Lujan – Age 42 – 2 Sherman Avenue, Greenwich, Ct.

·        Frank Peterson - Age 45 – 19 South 9th Avenue, Mount Vernon

·        Vincent King – Age 46 – 5 Leonard Street, Port Chester

·        Demetrius Williams – Age 52 – Homeless, Port Chester

·        Markel Calhoun – Age 20 – 70 Purdy Avenue, Port Chester

·        Jacobo Castaneda – Age 30 – 139 Hobart Avenue, Port Chester

·        Phyllis Scruggs – Age 57 – 14 Valley Drive, Bridgeport, Ct.


craig bennett December 07, 2012 at 08:26 AM
Wow! I knew Vincent king! I guess nothing changes!
Mike Jones February 12, 2013 at 05:45 PM
why u putting him on blast like that?


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