ALFRED — Village police this morning reported finding what turned out to be methamphetamine and PCP Sunday at a house at 43 High St. One person was arrested during the investigation.
Isaiah R. Greenwald, 30, of Alfred, was charged with felony criminal possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanor criminal possession of a controlled substance and controlled substance in a non-original container, a public health law violation. Greenwald was arraigned in Alfred Village Court and sent to the county jail in lieu of $7,500 bail.
Police responded to the residence to check the welfare of Greenwald, Police Chief Paul Griffith said.
“At that time it was determined Greenwald needed medical attention for possible drug use. Also found in the house at the time was what appeared to be a possible methamphetamine or PCP lab,” he said.
“The Southern tier Regional Drug Task Force was contacted along with CCSERT (Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team),” he said. “The task force and CCSERT were able to determine that the drugs present were methamphetamine and PCP, but the lab was not used in making any of the drugs that were present. It is undetermined at this time what the intent of the lab actually used for.”
Alfred methamphetamine bust: One man arrested