CIRCLEVILLE – A probation compliance check on one individual turned into an arrest of an accused drug trafficker, and more drugs off the streets.
According to Circleville Police Department Probation attempted a compliance check on 129 West Ohio Street Apt A the home of William Williams who was on probation. While inside the home law enforcement found Bryan Greeno inside the home and performed a legal search finding a significant amount of drugs on him indicative of trafficking and selling drugs.
Greeno was found to be in possession of
64 grams of liquid methamphetamine
1.8 grams of white powder that is suspected Fentanyl
26.5 grams of Methamphetamine
13.9 grams of Fentanyl
50 Full bars and 3 1/2 green bars of suspected Xanax
396.00 in cash believed to be in drug trafficking monies
William Williams, 62 of Circleville was charged with Probation violation, and Bryan Greeno, 37 of Circleville was charged with Trafficking in Drugs Schedule I,II (Felony), Possession of Drugs Schedule I,II (Felony)
A fine of up to $20,000 and up to 11 years in prison for trafficking, and three years for possession. Greeno could face up to 14 years in prison for these crimes.