‘Extremely cooperative’ suspect charged after leading officers to 125.5 grams of marijuana | Crime reports

Montoursville, Pennsylvania – Detectives said a woman was so cooperative with officers that she led them to marijuana and money at her residence after agreeing to search her.

Courtney Elizabeth Bresnak, 22, of Montoursville allegedly admitted that the $ 166 found with the 125.5 grams of marijuana came from the sale of it. Montoursville officers said they were alerted by members of the Lycoming County Narcotics Unit, who said there was potential drug activity in the area.

According to an affidavit, surveillance was put in place on a residence near the 400 block of Jordan Avenue in Montoursville.

“After only a few minutes, NEU detectives reported observing a close combat transaction with a suspicious vehicle,” wrote Bill Hagemeyer, Montoursville police officer.

Officers said they stopped the vehicle and the driver admitted to buying $ 40 worth of marijuana from Bresnak. Contact was then made with Bresnak, who led officers to marijuana that was also with scales and numerous amounts of drug paraphernalia, according to the report.

Bresnak was charged with two counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and one count of using or possessing drug accessories. Court records show that she was released on November 22 after posting a $ 15,000 monetary bond.

Bresnake has a preliminary hearing with Judge Gary Whiteman on December 13.

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