District Attorney Releases New Info on Jefferson County Meth Bust

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – The Jefferson County Drug Task Force arrested three area men on methamphetamine charges after a recent investigation.

(Pictured above: Joseph Fyock)

During the time period of August 1 to August 4, controlled buys of methamphetamine were conducted by members of the Drug Task Force in Eldred Township, according to Jeff Burkett, Jefferson County District Attorney.

“Based upon warrants obtained for two subjects pursuant to these buys a controlled traffic stop was initiated by members of the DTF, Pa. State Police K-9 unit, and Jefferson County Sheriff Deputies,” Burkett said.

As a result of the stop, methamphetamine, money, and evidence of drug sales was discovered in the vehicle and upon the occupants of the vehicle.

(Pictured above: Curtis Walker) 

Based upon the traffic stop and surveillance of a residence on Beers Road, a search warrant was obtained for several buildings located at 691 Beers Road, in Sigel.

The search revealed a substantial amount of methamphetamine with a street value of more than $7,000.00, and evidence of sales including scales and paraphernalia.

Those arrested as a result of this investigation are:

  • Curtis V. Walker, 30, of Sigel, was charged with three counts of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and related charges;
  • Joseph Leroy Fyock, 32, of Sigel, was charged with three counts of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and related charges;
  • William J. Todd, 37, of Luthersburg, was charged with one count of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and related charges.

All defendants were remanded to the Jefferson County jail in lieu of $100,000.00 bail.

The investigation continues with additional charges pending.

The Task Force was also assisted at by Marienville-based State Police, Jefferson County EMS, and Brookville Police Department and Sigel Volunteer Fire Department.

“I am very pleased with the initiative and quick decisive action taken by the Drug Task Force…under the direction of my County Detective, Guy Felmlee,” Burkett said. “The DTF received actionable information…and then moved swiftly to take drugs and offenders off of our streets. Also, my thanks go out to the many agencies that assisted us on these cases.”

Note: A photos of William Todd was unavailable.


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