LANSING, N.Y. — More than $20,000 worth of drugs were found during a Thursday night drug bust in Lansing, polices said.
Joshua H. Greenfield, 25, of Lansing, was charged with felonies for fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of marijuana.
Officials said a complaint was issued at 8:04 p.m. Thursday about a black Honda parked on Stonehaven Drive in the town of Lansing. When deputies arrived at the scene, they said Greenfield appeared to be sleeping in the vehicle, and a “strong odor of marijuana was detected emanating from within the vehicle.”
When asked, Greenfield allegedly admitted to having a bag of marijuana in plain view on the center console. A search of the vehicle also turned up more marijuana and what police say is suspected to be concentrated cannabis.
Greenfield was taken into custody at the scene and police also launched a search at his home, where they said they found more concentrated cannabis and other narcotics. The street value of the drugs was more than $20,000 and more than $11,000 in cash was found at the home.
Christina M. Delvaglio, 25, of Lansing, was living in the home with Greenfield and home when the search happened. She was taken into custody and charged fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Greenfield and Delvaglio were arraigned in the town of Lansing Court before Judge Banfield and released on their own recognizance.
The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate the case with the assistance of New York State Police.