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Police pull crack cocaine from Jeannette toilet during drug raid

Renatta Signorini

Nearly 10 grams of crack cocaine was pulled from a Jeannette toilet Thursday by police during a raid at a North Third Street home, according to court papers.

As police entered the home, four people were seen near the second-floor bathroom and the toilet was running.

Arrested on drug, conspiracy and related offenses were Shannon Ashley Reilly, 29; Basil Dawan Wilson, 36; and Latif Lamar Harris, 36, all of Jeannette, and Michael Salley, 29, of Philadelphia.

Agents from the state attorney general’s office and Jeannette police were armed with a search warrant when they found the suspects inside, according to court papers. In addition to the drugs in the toilet, authorities also seized cocaine, 24 grams of marijuana and other items associated with drug packaging.

The four were being held in the Westmoreland County Prison on $25,000 bail each. None had an attorney listed in online court papers. Preliminary hearings are set for Oct. 10.

Renatta Signorini is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Renatta at 724-837-5374, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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