Reynolds Road Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Charges Two Days in a Row
A day after a traffic stop near Reynolds Road in Johnson City netted three drug possession arrests, Village Police say another traffic stop in the same area turned up more drugs.
32-year-old Nicholas Mattucci of Binghamton is charged with felony drug possession after police found f4.3 grams of methamphetamine in his vehicle March 10.
Police say shortly after 7:30 p.m. they noticed a vehicle committing several traffic infractions and stopped the driver.
After finding the meth in the vehicle, Mattucci was charged with felony criminal possession of a controlled substance. He was released after his arraignment.
Three Broome County residents were arrested on the evening of March 9 in the area of Reynolds Road when Village Police noticed a vehicle committing traffic infractions, stopped the car and found Fentanyl and prescription pills in the possession of the driver and two passengers, resulting in felony charges.