Three women and one man face charges following a drug raid at a Binghamton residence.

Authorities say fentanyl was confiscated when police executed a search warrant at 48 Tompkins Street on the city's South Side.

Drug packaging materials, cutting agents and digital scales also were seized in Friday's raid.

62-year-old Lydia Onishea and 34-year-old Danielle Thompson were charged with criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance. They also were charged with criminally using drug paraphernalia.

Investigators say the women are accused of selling fentanyl on several occasions in May and June.

37-year-old Anthony Criscitello was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. 25-year-old Tanna Ulmer was charged with false personation.

Onishea, Thompson and Ulmer were being held at Binghamton police headquarters until their arraignment in city court. Criscitello was released on an appearance ticket.

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