Three charged in Pike County drug raid

Heather Yakinhyakin@th-record.comAD0:22SKIP

MILFORD, Pa. – Authorities in Pike County, Pa., have charged three people with drug possession following a raid on a home in Westfall Township, Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin said Friday.

Following a Thursday search warrant served at a Stella Street home in the township, Tonkin said, police found more than 800 bags of suspected heroin “and other drug paraphernalia, several firearms and multiple cell phones.”

Police charged Diane Polisky, 54, and Sandra Naturale, 51, both of Westfall Township, and Anthony Naturale, 25, of Montague, NJ, with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and criminal conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, felonies.

All three were arraigned before a magistrate and sent to the Pike County Correctional Facility on $100,000 bail, awaiting a June 17 preliminary hearing.

The case was handled by the Pike County DA’s investigators, Eastern Pike Regional Police, Pennsylvania State Police and the Pike County Sheriff’s Department.