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Cocaine bust in Geneva leads to felony charge for Rochester man

A Rochester man has been arrested following a months-long investigation into the sale of cocaine and crack cocaine in the City of Geneva.

Members of the Geneva Drug Enforcement Unit, part of the Geneva Police Department — arrested Shasee S. Johnson, 33, of Rochester — charging him with third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.

The charge is a Class B felony and stems from a four month investigation into the sale of crack and cocaine in Geneva. At the time of his arrest Johnson had 46 bags of powder cocaine and 3 bags of crack cocaine all packaged for sale.

The street value of the drugs recovered exceeds $2,500, according to police.

He is being held without bail due to prior felony arrests. Additional felony charges are pending.

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