Lancaster city police car

Complaints about people selling and using drugs in Binns Park resulted in 19 arrests earlier this month.

Most of the people arrested by the city police’s Selective Enforcement Unit were charged with drug delivery, drug possession or possession with intent to deliver, according to police.

One woman, Lisa Hoffman, 39, of East Petersburg, was arrested on a bench warrant. She was turned over to the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office, according to Lancaster city police. She was listed as an inmate at Lancaster County Prison on Thursday.

Undercover officers purchased drugs, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office, which added that some of the people charged served as “mediaries.”

“The park had become filled with litter, debris, discarded food items and had general unsanitary conditions in many areas,” police said in a press release.

Police charged:

  • Victor Saez, 21, homeless, with delivery of synthetic cannabinoids (K2), criminal conspiracy to deliver, possession with intent to deliver K2, prohibited paraphernalia and prohibited offense weapons (brass knuckles and a knife). He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $250,000.
  • David Cotton, 39, homeless, with delivery of K2 and criminal conspiracy. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $10,000 bail.
  • Carlos Flores, 38, homeless, with delivery of K2 and criminal conspiracy. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $250,000 bail.
  • Travis Moore, 38, of Lancaster, with delivery of crack cocaine, criminal conspiracy to deliver and theft. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $250,000 bail.
  • Michael Peters, 28, of Lancaster, with delivery of K2. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $250,000 bail.
  • Gabriel Martinez-Cintron, 29, of Lancaster, with delivery of K2, criminal conspiracy and possession with intent to deliver K2. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $500,000 bail.
  • Jose Santana-Lao, 29, unknown address, with two counts of delivery of K2 and two counts of criminal conspiracy. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $100,000 bail. His bail was initially set at $250,000 on Sept. 12 but was reduced to $100,000 nine days later.
  • Omar Vazquez, 28, of Lancaster, with possession of paraphernalia, traffic-related summary warrants and two criminal warrants. Bail was set at $5,000, according to a Lancaster city police press release. Vazquez was not listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday.
  • Jose Cedeno-Malave, 19, of Lancaster, with possession of K2. He will be sent a summons, according to city police.
  • David Williams, 44, of Lancaster, with delivery of crack cocaine, criminal conspiracy to deliver and possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $200,000 bail. His bail was initially set at $1 million on Sept. 11 but was reduced to $200,000 10 days later.
  • Andrew Kubik, 31, homeless, with two counts of delivery of K2 and two counts of conspiracy to deliver. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $100,000 bail.
  • Rosa Velasquez, 28, homeless, with delivery of K2 and criminal conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance. Bail was set at $250,000 unsecured, according to city police.
  • Alfredo Santiago-Tirado, 32, of Lancaster, with delivery of K2 and conspiracy to deliver of a controlled substance. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $100,000 bail. His bail was initially set at $250,000 but it was reduced to $100,000 nine days later.
  • Gregory Williams, 55, of Lancaster, with delivery of K2 and criminal conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $250,000 bail.
  • Dawn McCloskey, 35, homeless, with delivery of a noncontrolled substance and criminal conspiracy to deliver a noncontrolled substance. Bail set at $250,000, according to city police. She was not listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday.
  • David Rodriguez-Rodriguez, 42, of Lancaster, with delivery of a noncontrolled substance, conspiracy to deliver, possession with intent to deliver fentanyl. He had a warrant for theft. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $250,000 bail.
  • Samuel Troutt, 57, of Lancaster, with delivery of K2 and criminal conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, according to city police. He was listed as an inmate at the county prison Thursday. He was there in lieu of $250,000 bail, according to city police.
  • A 17-year-old homeless girl with possession of K2, disorderly conduct and harassment, according to city police. Her charges were filed through Lancaster County Juvenile Probation, city police said.

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