Heroin Dealer Arrested
Narcotics Arrest and Search Warrant
The Lower Makefield Township Police Narcotics Unit arrested ALEX McINTOSH (DOB: 6-23-1989 / 28 year-old B/M) of the 100 block of West Bridge St., Morrisville, PA.
This investigation was initiated when the Lower Makefield Police Narcotics Unit received information in early December 2017 that McIntosh was selling heroin along the West Trenton Ave corridor.
The LMTPD Narcotics Unit along with the Detective Division, the Falls Township Police Department, Morrisville Borough Police Department and the Bristol Borough Police Department conducted extensive surveillance and conducted four (4) controlled purchases of heroin from McIntosh in December 2017. Forty bags of heroin were purchased during these buys. During one of these deals, he drove two children (ages 7 months and 2 years old) along with him.
On January 3, 2018 the Narcotics Unit, Detectives and assisting agencies arrested McIntosh and executed search and seizure warrants on his residence. At the time of his arrest McIntosh was in possession of 20 bags of heroin which were immediately recovered.
Additionally, 30 bags of heroin and 22 grams of crack cocaine were discovered upon conducting a strip search of McIntosh at Lower Makefield Police headquarters. He had concealed these additional drugs in his underwear.
During this search of his residence, investigators recovered a Taurus .45 caliber handgun, approximately 8 grams of powder cocaine, a small amount of marihuana, three (3) Suboxone strips and a small amount of liquid codeine
McIntosh was charged with possession with intent to deliver cocaine (F), dealing in proceeds from unlawful activities (F1), criminal use of a communication facility (F3), endangering the welfare of a child (M1), possession of heroin, cocaine, and marihuana (M), possession of Drug Paraphernalia (M) and was arraigned by Magisterial District Vislosky and sent to Bucks County Prison in lieu of $950K (10%) bail.
A 2000 Pontiac Bonneville and $360 USC were forfeited to the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office.