Narcotics

The Lycoming County Narcotics Enforcement Unit (LCNEU) is a specialized unit dedicated to the investigation and suppression of narcotics-related offenses in Lycoming County. The LCNEU is composed of Lycoming County detectives and officers from the Williamsport Bureau of Police.  This unit works in cooperative investigation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the Pennsylvania State Police, the PA Attorney General's office and many local police agencies in this region.

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The above items were taken from a drug suspect.  A cell phone for making drug deals and individual packets of marijuana that have been measured out and packaged in small plastic zip lock bags for sale.  These are then typically kept in the larger plastic bags. The suspect in this case had several hundred dollars in his pocket. He also had a cigar and a small amount of marijuana, in the jar, for personal use.  

 

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This is crack cocaine and smoking pipe

Notice the color is usually an off shade of white.  Each small rock would be packaged into small clear plastic bags for sale.  

Bundles of Heroin

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Heroin/Fentanyl is usually packaged in wax papers.  These wax papers or bags are then kept together by rubber bands until sold. 

If you suspect drug activity in you neighborhood what can you do?
The first thing you can do is call:  (570) 320-8182 (Lycoming County NEU) or 911

If you believe that you just observed a drug deal, call the police.  Try and write down a good description of the people and any vehicles involved.  Try and write down license plate numbers when you can.  If you call 911, try and be as detailed as you can with the dispatcher.  The information you provide may help police establish "probable cause" in the investigation process.