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Police: Lower Burrell man had cocaine, crack, marijuana in apartment

Chuck Biedka

A Lower Burrell man was charged with drug offenses after police said they found cocaine, crack and marijuana in his apartment.

Police said they arrested Terrell Leonard, 27, of Craigdell Road on Sunday night following an investigation into complaints of suspected drug trafficking by Leonard.

Police executed a search warrant at Leonard’s apartment and found almost 34 grams of cocaine, about 12 grams of crack cocaine and more than 19 grams of marijuana in a bedroom, along with drug paraphernalia and about $3,600 in cash, according to a criminal complaint.

Police charged Leonard with possession of cocaine, crack cocaine and marijuana and possession with intent to deliver cocaine and crack. He was being held in Westmoreland County Prison after failing to post $75,000 bond.

Chuck Biedka is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chuck at 724-226-4711, cbi[email protected] or via Twitter .

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