Steuben County man facing felony drug charges after traffic stop

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January 24, 2018 11:11 AM

A Steuben County man is facing multiple felony drug charges after he was pulled over on I-390.

On Jan. 20, Livingston County Sheriff's deputies pulled over Andrew Crosson, of Bath, in Avon. It was discovered that Crosson, 28, was driving with a suspended driver's license that had been suspended five times. 

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Deputies say Crossonwas detained in order to investigate the violations. Deputies then discovered Crosson had concealed drugs on him and he began showing symptoms of his body absorbing the drugs. Crosson was transported to a hospital for treatment and while there, three bags of heroin and a bag of crack cocaine were found in his possession.

Crosson was arrested on a warrant and charged with two counts of felony criminal possession of a controlled substance, felony tampering with physical evidence, two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and vehicle and traffic law violations. 

Crossono was remanded to Livingston County Jail without bail due to previous felony convictions.


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