3 Charged in Alleged Horsham Drug Dealing
Three men have been charged with allegedly selling heroin from a Horsham man's home.
Three men have been arrested in connection with alleged drug dealing at a Horsham Township residence, authorities said.
Israel Martinez, 26, of North Fairhill Street in Philadelphia, Francisco Cintron, 29, of Rosehill Street in Philadelphia and Raymond Giordano, 42, of Blair Mill Road in Horsham, were arrested on felony drug charges in connection with allegedly selling heroin at Giordano’s home.
On Feb. 6 at 8:40 p.m., Montgomery County Drug Task Force officers from Horsham, Hatboro, Upper Moreland and Cheltenham police departments executed a search warrant at Giordano’s home at 36 Blair Mill Road, according to the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office.
The warrant was obtained after an investigation revealed heroin was being sold from the home, according to authorities. Task force members arrested Martinez, Cintron and Giordano at the scene after authorities said heroin bagged for distribution and U.S. currency was located at the home.
Horsham Magisterial District Judge Harry Nesbitt set a cash bail of $50,000 for Martinez; $500,000 for Cintron; and $250,000 for Giordano. The men were remanded to the custody of Montgomery County Correctional Facility in lieu of bail.