Frankfort Police Arrest Man on Drug Trafficking Charges

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Updated: 12/06/2011 4:42 pm
Frankfort police arrest a man on drug trafficking charges.

Police arrested 30-year-old anthony silva after executing a search warrant November 25th.  Police found a quantity of crack cocaine packaged for sale as his residence, he faces charges of trafficking a controlled substance.
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German Cook - 12/14/2011 3:38 PM
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Thankyou for arresting Anthony Silva, cleaning up the town of Frankfort. Keep looking & I'm sure you will find a lot more to arrest. The police are very busy in Herkimer on good old 318 Pleasant Ave again looking & searching for drug activity early this morning at 7am. on December 14,2011. I looked out of my bedroom window & there were 2 police cars & one unmarked black car parked across the road to my surprise.This morning 2 men were arrested in Frankfort for drugs & were driven away in a black armored car with the state police. This was on Channel 2 news at 6am & 12noon news on December 14, 2011. These people on drugs are a very bad influence on the young generation & are the biggest losers of all.
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