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  • Saeed Musah



MILFORD — Two men arrested as part of a drug investigation in Delaware Township have been sentenced to state prison, Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin announced Thursday.

Saeed Musah, 21, of Lords Valley was sentenced to 3 years to 6 years in a State Correctional Facility and fined $19,000 for the crime of delivery of a controlled or counterfeit substance (3 counts). On November 15, 2013, at the Park & Ride in Delaware Township, Musah sold to a confidential informant 2 grams of cocaine for $200. On November 27, 2013, he sold 2 grams of cocaine for $490 and on December 4, 2013, he sold 10 grams of cocaine for $840.

Patrick Anthony Sullivan, 22, of Dingmans Ferry was sentenced to 20 months to 42 months in a State Correctional Facility, fined $1,900 and had his driver’s license suspended for 24 months for the crimes of delivery of a controlled or counterfeit substance (3 counts) and criminal conspiracy. On October 4, 2013, in Delaware Township, Sullivan sold 48 bags of heroin to another for $460. On November 1, 2013, in Delaware Township, he sold 48 bags of heroin for $600 and again on November 7, 2013, he sold 45 bags of heroin for $600. On December 5, 2013, Sullivan drove two individuals to a location in Delaware Township where 45 bags of heroin were sold for $600.

Both Musah and Sullivan were arrested in January as part of an investigation by the Pike County District Attorney’s Office into drug dealing in the Dingmans Ferry area.

Anyone with information about drug dealing can call the Pike County District Attorney’s Office Detective Bureau at 296-3482.

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