White Plains police reported three drug-related arrests this week, including one they say involved the sale of crack-cocaine.
Police were patrolling the intersection of Post Rd. and S Lexington Ave. on Oct. 26 when they say they noticed a possible drug deal. According to an arrest report, Ronald Saunders, 59, of White Plains, met with another man and handed him money in exchange for a small item.
Saunders then walked into a deli, where police stopped him for questioning. According to police, Saunders admitted he was carrying drugs and police found a small amount of crack-cocaine in his right pants pocket.
Saunders was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree, a misdemeanor. He was held for court.
Police also arrested two Ardsley women who are accused of using cocaine in a city parking garage.
Police were patrolling the garage at 9 Chester Ave. at about 11:40 p.m. on Oct. 26 when they say two women were snorting cocaine inside a White Acura.
Police say they found a small amount of cocaine in the vehicle and arrested Rachel Wyckoff, 22, and Kristina Senko, 23.
Wyckoff and Senko were charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree, a misdemeanor. Both were processed at police headquarters and released.