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Man wanted in huge drug bust turns self in

A Geneva man sought since last week’s drug bust in the city turned himself into police Tuesday. Wayne Oliver Jr., 27, of 500 Pulteney St., Apt. 29, Geneva, was charged with third-degree criminal possessionof a controlled substance, a high-level felony. He was sent to Ontario County Jail on $50,000 bail or $100,000 bond. Members of the Geneva Police Department’s DrugEnforcement Unit, the Ontario County EmergencyResponse Team and the U.S. Drug EnforcementAdministration raided the apartment Oliver shares with another man Friday. The bust took place about 1 p.m. In addition to a loaded handgun, about $25,000 worth of marijuana, over $4,000 of powdered cocaine and about $7,000 in cash were seized. Akeem J. Johnson of Geneva and Rudy A. Brumfield of Rochester were arrested at the scene. Oliver was seen in the area but eluded police and is believed to have stayed with relatives in Rochester before turning himself in at the county jail yesterday.Oliver is scheduled to appear in city court at 9a.m. Thursday. A preliminary hearing for Johnsonand Brumfield is scheduled four hours later.Police said the raid followed a very short investigation.Johnson, Brumfield and Oliver allegedly soldcocaine and marijuana in the city of Geneva and fromApt. 29 at Geneva Garden Apartments. Other charges are pending against the three, most likely criminal sale of a controlled substance.“This was a huge haul, especially on the marijuanaside,” noted Heieck, adding that a number of blunts —a cigar that is hollowed out and filled with marijuana— also were found. “A lot of drugs were packaged andready for sale.” Heieck called Brumfield a “middle- to upper-level dealer” with a prior conviction for criminal sale of a controlled substance. Although Brumfield has a Rochester address, police said he has Geneva connections.Police said additional arrests are expected in thecase. Johnson is being held in the county jail on $50,000 bail or $100,000 bond, while Brumfield is beingheld on $75,000 bail or $150,000 bond.People who suspect drug

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