IRVINGTON, N.Y. -- A White Plains man was arrested on Main Street in Irvington prior to a scheduled sale of cocaine and marijuana, ending a month-long investigation conducted by members of the Greenburgh Drug & Alcohol Task Force, police said.
Terron Fleming was charged of with unlawful possession of marijuana and subsequently released to Tarrytown Police where he was additionally charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substances in the third degree, both Class B felonies, for the sale of cocaine, authorities said.
Fleming will be remanded to the Westchester County Jail until his next court appearance on Wednesday, March 2 in Tarrytown Court. He is currently on parole after serving a prison term for similar charges.
This case stemmed from numerous complaints which had been received by the Irvington and Tarrytown police departments, authorities said, noting they believed Fleming dealt cocaine and marijuana to students in area school districts. Social media investigation has revealed significant connections to the Irvington and Tarrytown communities.
Any questions with respect to this investigation should be directed to Sgt. Harold Young, supervisor of the Task Force at (914) 469-5550.
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