DUBOIS – A 22-year-old DuBois man, Terron Kenneth Davis-Williams, was arrested Friday after a heroin bust, according to a special news release issued by DuBois city police.
A controlled buy was allegedly made from Williams of 50 stamp bags of heroin on West Washington Avenue. When officers approached him, he immediately fled east toward South Brady Street in an attempt to avoid apprehension.
A chase ensued and officers had to avoid motor vehicle traffic; Williams was quickly apprehended about one block away. He sustained minor injuries from his struggle with police but didn’t need medical treatment.
Williams was allegedly found to be transporting an additional 100 stamp bags of heroin. He was also in possession of more than $1,000, police said.
Williams has been charged with delivery of a controlled substance; possession with intent to deliver; criminal use of a communication facility; dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity; possession of a controlled substance; recklessly endangering another person; resisting arrest; possession of drug paraphernalia; and flight to avoid apprehension.
Williams was transported to the Clearfield County Jail and arraigned by Magisterial District Judge James Hawkins. His bail was set at $100,000.
Williams is still the subject of several other open and ongoing investigations, and police expect to file additional charges against him, according to the report.