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Posted on: June 28, 2017

[ARCHIVED] 2 Charged after Elizabethtown Raids Reveal Meth, Marijuana and Cocaine


Two Elizabethtown men are charged in separate drug-trafficking operations after detectives uncovered methamphetamine, marijuana, and cocaine in raids this month.

Denzel Walker, 26, and Ronald Lee Arndt, 48, each are charged with felony drug-dealing and related misdemeanor offenses.

Lancaster County Drug Task Force filed charges after investigations led to the home searches.

Walker is charged after a June 15 raid at his home in the 100 block of East Washington Street uncovered 146 grams of cocaine and 13 ounces of marijuana.

Detectives also found $7,844 cash and paraphernalia.

The cocaine has an estimated street value of $7,300 and the marijuana about $3,500.

Walker waived a preliminary hearing Monday on the charges.

Arndt is charged regarding a June 12 raid in the 300 block of North Hanover Street. Detectives found 46 grams of methamphetamine there, along with $1,300 cash, a small quantity of marijuana, and paraphernalia.

The methamphetamine has an estimated street value of $4,600.

Arndt, who posted $200,000 bail, has a preliminary hearing Aug. 4.

The raids followed Drug Task Force investigations that revealed suspected drug trafficking.

Arndt and Walker are presumed innocent.

(Photo: Walker, at left; Arndt, at right)

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