The Greenburgh Task Force reported to local police that a drug sale investigation a few months ago was now resulting in an arrest on South Broadway.
On Jan. 28 at 12:41 p.m., officers of the town's Drug and Alcohol Task Force informed Tarrytown Police that they would making an arrest from an investigation dating back two months ago. Tarrytown Police Lieutenant William Herguth said they had found a Yonkers man with two clear plastic bags of alleged cocaine.
At 3:31 p.m, the police had Michael A. Morvillo, 29, in headquarters, booked on a charge of criminal sale of controlled substance in the third degree.
Judge Kyle McGovern arraigned Morvillo at 8:11 p.m., and sent him to County Jail with a return court date and no bail.
On the same day, Sleepy Hollow police also reported the arrest a 29-year-old Yonkers man on a charge of criminal sale of a controlled substance within that village's jurisdiction. It has not been revealed if this was the same man charged in Tarrytown or if there's any connection between these cases.
Chief Gregory Camp reported that the investigation was ongoing with no further information available.
Note: Arrests do not indicate convictions.