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Two arrests thwart cocaine sales in Geneva

The Geneva Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit ended two long-term investigations with the arrest of two individuals who had been allegedly selling crack cocaine in the city of Geneva. Arrest #1On February 19th at approximately 9:30 pm the Geneva Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit ended a three month investigation into the sale of crack cocaine by the arrest of the suspect on a traffic stop in the city.The traffic stop occurred on North Genesee Street, where $500 of crack cocaine was seized, along with the vehicle. David Brinson, 53, of Waterloo was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree, which is a class B felony. The subject was arraigned and held due to previous felony arrests. Brison will appear at a later date to face the charges where additional charges could be pending.Arrest #2On February 24th at approximately 7:40 pm the Geneva Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit executed a search warrant ending a four month investigation into the sale of crack cocaine. Geneva Police arrested Shawn Conklin, 28, of Geneva at his residence on Genesee Street where he was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree, a class B felony. Conklin will appear in Geneva City Court on February 25th, but will face additional felony charges, according to police.

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