The Oswego police made a number of drug arrests this week.
On Monday March 17, investigators stopped a white Honda Civic on East Fourth St. just north of East Bridge Street. The vehicle was stopped as a result of an investigation into illegal heroin possession and sales occurring within the City of Oswego.
The three adult occupants of the vehicle were detained. A three-year-old child also was in the vehicle. The search of the vehicle and suspects resulted in the seizure of 76 bags of heroin and one hypodermic needle.
The following were arrested:
• Robert L. Bort, 22, and Danielle M. Boeglin, 22, both of 105 E. Fourth St., Apt #2, Oswego, criminal possession of a controlled substance third degree with intent to sell, a felony, and a misdemeanor count of endangering the welfare of a child.
• Alissa L. Miller, 25, of 105 E. Fourth St., Apt. # 2, Oswego, criminal possession of a controlled substance seventh degree, a misdemeanor.
Oswego City Police are asking anyone with information regarding this or any other illegal drug activity to contact them at 342-2283. Individuals wishing to remain anonymous may also contact the Oswego City Police Departments tip-line at 342-8131, or email email@example.com
Also, as a result of the continued investigation of a methamphetamine lab in early March, another person has been charged by Oswego police.
• On Wednesday March 12, Kerriann M. Johnson, 23, of 1 E. Seventh St., Oswego was arrested and charged with unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the third degree, a felony.
Johnson was arraigned in Oswego City Court and released. She reports back to city court April 15.
• On Monday March 17, Dale K. Butler Jr, 32, and Kally L. Carr, 29, both of 212 Syracuse Ave. Oswego were arrested and charged with one count each of unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the third degree, a felony.
Butler and Carr were both arraigned in Oswego City Court. Carr was released with a return court date of April 17 while Butler was sent to Oswego County jail with no bail. He has a return court date of March 25.
Police say on March 4, Johnson, Butler and Carr along with Ronald Recore possessed ingredients and components used to manufacture methamphetamine with the intent to do so.
Recore, of Fulton, was arrested and charged previously.