Pennsylvania State Police say two Bradford County men are accused of distributing a large amount of crystal methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana and fentanyl throughout the area.

Kathy Whyte/WNBF News [file][/caption]Members of the Troop “P” Wyoming Vice/Narcotics Unit assisted the Towanda Barracks and Bradford County Sheriff’s Office March 16-17 in a raid of the home of 58-year-old Ronald Bahr of Towanda where they found him in possession of about 1.6 ounces of crystal meth, marijuana, heroin, suspected fentanyl and cash.

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A search of a bedroom rented by 51-year-old David Bennett of Ulster, Pennsylvania turned up a money counter and a safe.  The safe was found to contain 16.5 ounces of crystal meth, one once of suspected fentanyl, one-point-five ounces of heroin and 9 ounces of marijuana.

Police say they also found a blue cooler in Benentt’s car contained a large amount of cash, 47 grams of crystal methamphetamine, 11 grams of suspected fentanyl, a small amount of marijuana and three cellular phones.

Authorities say the investigation is continuing.