Police discovered several types of drugs at an apartment in Chappaqua from a raid on Wednesday, according to Mount Pleasant Police Chief Louis Alagno, who called it a "significant seizure."
Alleged to have been found in the raid are 640 packets of what is believed to be heorin, psychedelic mushrooms, steroids, marijuana and more than 200 hypodermic needles. The address involved is 112 Castle Road.
The raid came, Alagno said, after the apartment's occupant, 45-year-old Christopher Johnson, was arrested in Thornwood, where he is accused of selling heroin. Johnson was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance, which is a felony. He was brought to the Westchester County Jail in Valhalla and had $25,000 in bail.
After Johnson's arrested, a search warrant was signed by a Mount Pleasant town justice, which allowed for the raid, according to Alagno. Mount Pleasant Police, New Castle Police and Westchester County Police participated.
County police have taken over the investigation and Johnson may be charged based on what was found, Alagno said.
The chief confirmed media reports recently given about the raid.