Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Police Arrest Two on Drug Charges in Separate Incidents

Shenandoah Police arrested two men on drug charges in separate incidents earlier this month.

Man Facing Charges for Selling Prescription Drugs
According to Shenandoah Police, on 9/14/2017, Charles Konclser, 61, of Shenandoah was observed making numerous hand-to-hand drug sales at the One Stop Shop located at Lloyd and Main Streets in Shenandoah.

A Confidential Informant was then used to purchase a quantity of Percocet pills that Koncsler offered for sale. 

Koncsler was taken into custody and found to be in possession of the money used to make the purchase, along with a prescription bottle of Percocet. 

He was also in possession of Xanax that was not prescribed to him.

He was arraigned and released on unsecured bail.

Konclser is facing charges of delivery of controlled substance, possession of controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Man Arrested for Selling Heroin from His Home

According to Shenandoah Police, beginning in June of 2017 police began buying quantities of heroin from Rigoberto Hernandez, 73, from his residence at 13 N West St Shenandoah.

After making six purchases from the residence, police obtained a search warrant for his home.

On September 20, 2017 the search warrant was served and Hernandez was taken into custody.

He was arraigned on one count of delivery of heroin and one count of possession of heroin and committed to Schuylkill County Prison on bail.

Hernandez now will face additional charges for items that were located in his residence, along with the other sales that were made from his home during the investigation.