Tractor Trailer catches fire after fuel leak in Dover Township, York County
During the afternoon hours of Tuesday, September 24, 2019, York County Drug Task Force officers, agents from the Office of Attorney General and the York City Police served a search warrant at 68 N. Tremont St., in the City of York. Present in the home at the time were Nathaniel Samuel Aponte, age 31 and Ivan Feliciano-Rivera, age 31, both of whom reside at this address authorities say.
York County District Attorney Dave Sunday said during a search of the residence, investigators located approximately 350 grams of cocaine, two handguns, one of which had the serial number obliterated and $2,300.00 cash. Also, located were small amount of Oxycodone and Morphine pills.
Both Aponte and Feliciano-Rivera were taken to the York County Central Booking Center. Aponte was charged with Firearms Offenses, Possession with the Intent to Deliver Cocaine, Criminal Conspiracy and Simple Possession of Controlled Substances. Feliciano-Rivera was charged with Possession with the Intent to Deliver Cocaine and Criminal Conspiracy.
District Attorney Dave Sunday said, “I am thankful to Attorney General Josh Shapiro and his team who have made it a priority to provide manpower and resources to law enforcement in York County. These additional resources continue to make a positive impact in our community and I am forever grateful.”
“Pennsylvania communities deserve to be free from the threat of illegal drugs and guns on their streets,” said Attorney General Josh Shapiro. “I’m proud to work with the District Attorney’s Office and York City Police to hold those accountable who violate our drug and firearm laws and keep the people of York City safe.”