Police: Parole violation in Johnstown leads to discovery of heroin, more than $70K | WJAC

Johnstown police say two people were taken into custody after a parole violation lead to the discovery of heroin and more than $70,000 cash Thursday. According to Johnstown Police, 43-year-old Tione Thomas is facing charges related to drug manufacturing and endangering the welfare of children.

Johnstown police say two people were taken into custody after a parole violation lead to the discovery of heroin and more than $70,000 cash Thursday.

According to Johnstown Police, 43-year-old Tione Thomas is facing charges related to drug manufacturing and endangering the welfare of children.

Police say the incident started when officers were asked to help state parole and members of the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force locate a woman on parole who was allegedly selling drugs from the basement of her home on the 400 block of Edith Ave.

Officers say they were told Thomas, who was also on parole, was staying at the home without the permission of State Parole.

Source: Police: Parole violation in Johnstown leads to discovery of heroin, more than $70K | WJAC

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