Warren County Cocaine Dealer Sentenced to 5-10 Years

| September 29, 2012

WARREN COUNTY, Pa. (EYT) – According to sources, a Warren County cocaine dealer was sentenced on Friday for running a cocaine trafficking ring that encompassed portions of Erie, Warren, and Crawford Counties.

Sources say 54-year-old Joseph Richard Cieslak Sr. of 10345 Route 27, Pittsfield, Pa., was sentenced to 5 to 10 years in a state correctional facility on charges of possession with intent to deliver cocaine, corrupt organizations, and conspiracy to deliver cocaine.

According to sources, a grand jury investigation led to Cieslak’s arrest; authorities uncovered a network of cocaine dealers throughout northwestern Pennsylvania including portions of Erie, Warren, and Crawford Counties.

The investigation also led to charges being filed against two Spartansburg men &#8211: 42-year-old Timothy Soliwoda and 56-year-old Thomas Lindstrom.

Both Soliwoda and Lindstrom are facing drug related charges.

Source: Warren Times Observer

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