45-year-old Donald Cronce has been accused of selling heroin three separate times to undercover detectives.
A man in Hamilton, Pennsylvania is in some serious trouble. 45-year-old Donald Cronce has been accused of selling heroin three separate times to undercover detectives.
In total, over 140 bags of narcotics were handed over to police during the deals. All three exchanges were carried out at Cronce’s place of employment, the local Jiffy car wash located in nearby Morrisville.
Cops were initially tipped off after a report came in about a man nicknamed DC who was dealing heroin from the car wash. A sting operation was quickly set up.
On October 26th, investigators purchased 41 bags of heroin. Less than a week later, cops bought another 50 baggies. The final deal went down on November 4th.
After an additional 50 bags were handed over, Cronce was placed into cuffs right at the car wash. Cronce is now facing a mandatory 2 years behind bars, but he will most likely face even more jail time, due to his past criminal record.
His bail has been set at $150,000. On top of the 141 bags sold, during the arrest law enforcement authorities also seized extra bags of heroin which Cronce had been carrying.