Heroin, Cocaine Ring Dismantled

32 people, including a Jamestown man, have been charged with running a drug ring that brought heroin and cocaine into western New York.

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and State Police Superintendent Joseph D’Amico announced this afternoon that a 13-month investigation known as “Operation Crazy Train” dismantled the operation.

The suspects were arrested during a series of overnight raids. Bryan Moore is the Jamestown man who was arrested.

Schneiderman says over the course of the investigation authorities seized nearly $1 million worth of heroin, several hundred thousand dollars’ worth of cocaine and tens of thousands of dollars in cash.

Pictured, New York State Police Superintendent Joseph A. D'Amico (right) with Canine Handler Trooper Eric Harper and K9 J.D., who played a major role in the operation. This is police dog appreciation week. New York State Police photo

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