A 42-year-old Cortlandt man is facing felony drug charges after a three-month investigation into the sale of acid, ecstasy, PCP and marijuana at an Albany Post Road location led to his arrest, state troopers from the Cortlandt barracks announced Sunday.
Police have charged Joseph J. Gisin with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The probe wrapped up Wednesday, after officials executed a search warrant and discovered ecstasy (also known as MDMA and Molly), hallucinogenics, pot and prescription drugs.
"Seized in the raid were approximately 7 ounces of marijuana, 8.6 grams of Acid/LSD, 8 grams of Molly/MDMA, 40 Adderall pills, 41.8 grams of mushrooms, $1,830 in U.S. currency, a digital scale, a phone and drug paraphernalia," authorities said in a statement.
Following arraignment in Cortlandt Justice Court, Gisin was sent to the Westchester County Jail on $50,000 bail. Police expect additional charges as they continue the investigation.
Other agencies involved in the probe include the State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement Team, the Town of Harrison Police and the Westchester County District Attorney's Narcotic Initiative.
Officials ask anyone with "information useful in furthering this case" to call the barracks at 914-788-8044.