ALBION – Three persons were indicted by an Orleans County grand jury Tuesday after they allegedly sold heroin and the prescription opiate Suboxone to undercover agents in the Major Felony Crime Task Force in the Villages of Albion and Medina.
Terra J. Swift, 23, of East Oak Orchard St., Medina, faces felony charges, three counts of third-degree sale of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, accused of selling heroin to an undercover agent on several occasions. An arraignment is upcoming.
Richard M. Fidanza, 39, of East Avenue, Albion was charged with felonies in three counts of fifth-degree criminal sale and three fifth-degree counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance. He is accused of selling Suboxone to an undercover agent. He faces further charges after he was found with several baggies of heroin and needles when he was arrested. Fidanza was arraigned in Orleans County Court and remanded to Orleans County Jail on $50,000 bail. A return court date was set for March 14.
Roxanne M. Thomas. 40, of Jay Drive, Holley, was charged with one count of fifth-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance for allegedly selling Suboxone to an undercover agent. She was remanded on $10,000 bail after she appeared in Orleans County Court. A return court date was set for March 14. She was previously arrested by the Task Force on felony drug sale charges in November. Those charges are still pending.
Thomas was additionally arraigned in Town of Albion Court on charges of welfare fraud.