A Levittown woman was arrested and sent to Bucks County Jail last week on a warrant for drug distribution and related offenses.
Bess Williams, 34 of Levittown, was arraigned and jailed on 10 percent of $50,000.00 by Judge Corryn Kronnagel on felony drug possession, misdemeanor possession and use of drug paraphernalia offenses connected to a July 2019 incident.
Police allege in court documents, the Levittown woman was in possession of .57 grams of cocaine and items consistent with the manufacturing, processing, distribution of crack cocaine and methamphetamine.
According to the criminal complaint, Bucks County Department of Probation and Parole Officers conducted a search of residence located at 1306 Woodbine Avenue, last July.
Officers identified individual rooms of the residence and the people residing in them. During the house search Bucks County authorities discovered “numerous items related to drug activity” and turned them over to Bristol Township Police. Among the items, was a coffee pot with cocaine in it, a digital scale containing methamphetamine residue, new and unused zip lock bags, vials and latex gloves, the probable cause said.
Bristol Township issued an arrest warrant last week for Williams arrest.
Williams is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on February 26 in front of Magisterial District Judge Kevin P. Wagner