Multiple felony drug charges for Waterloo man after bust

On October 12th at about 6:00 am, members of the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office executed a narcotics search warrant at 346 Waterloo/Geneva Rd. in the Town of Waterloo.

As a result of the search warrant execution, Sheriff’s Investigators seized a quantity of crack cocaine, United States Currency, and packaging material commonly used in the sale of illicit drugs.

One of the residents, John L. Stupp, 43, was charged with the following:

– Third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance;
– Third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance;
– First-degree criminal nuisance;
– Criminally using drug paraphernalia;
– And seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

It is alleged that Stupp has been selling crack cocaine from the residence and allowing others to conduct drug transactions at the location.

Stupp was arraigned in the Waterloo Town Court and remanded to the Seneca County Correctional Facility without bail. He is to reappear in the Waterloo Town Court on October 13, 2017 at 11 am.

Due to the high-risk factors involved, the Sheriff’s Office Emergency Response Team (ERT) was utilized with assistance from members of the Road Patrol Division and Criminal Investigation Division.

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office also assisted in the arrest.

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