DA: Greenport couple indicted for possessing fentanyl, cocaine inside home with child

According to officials, on Dec. 5, 2023, members of the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office East End Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at the home.

News 12 Staff

Jan 2, 2024, 5:17 PM

Updated 201 days ago

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Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond A. Tierney says a Greenport couple has been indicted for possessing fentanyl and cocaine inside their family residence.
According to officials, Tammy Webster, 33, and Victoria Webster, 30, were indicted for criminal possession of a controlled substance and other related charges after allegedly possessing fentanyl and cocaine in their home where their 2-year-old child was living.
“These two defendants were allegedly in possession of fentanyl and cocaine, which are two of the deadliest drugs poisoning our neighborhoods,” said District Attorney Tierney. “To make matters worse, these drugs were allegedly found near food items which could have turned deadly if those items were consumed by others, including their innocent child.”
According to officials, on Dec. 5, 2023, members of the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office East End Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at the defendants’ Greenport residence.
As the officers approached the home, Tammy Webster was observed to be sitting inside her vehicle, which was parked in the driveway, and allegedly in possession of fentanyl and cocaine.
When law enforcement officers entered the residence, they saw Victoria Webster with the couple’s 2-year-old child.
According to the DA, officers discovered 234 grams of fentanyl and 44 grams of cocaine inside a kitchen cabinet. The drugs were located next to food items such as ice cream cones and brownie mix.
Officials say officers also recovered a digital scale, drug packaging materials, multiple cell phones, and over $50,000 in cash from the home.
The Suffolk County Crime Laboratory tested the materials seized and confirmed that they contained fentanyl and cocaine.
Both defendants were arraigned and held on $150,000 cash, $1.5 million bond, or $1.5 million partially secured bond during the pendency of their cases.  


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