PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- A 46-year-old Port Chester man was arrested and charged with criminal possession of cocaine on Monday evening.
According to Lt. James Ladeairous, a Port Chester police officer was patrolling the village when he noticed that repeat drug offender Donald Wilson was violating the terms of his sentencing by standing outside of a Bush Avenue apartment.
Wilson told the officer that he was waiting for a friend, but was unable to give the officer his friend's name. The officer then moved to arrest Wilson for trespassing and while conducting a search of his person found a minimal amount of cocaine, police said.
According to Ladeairous, Wilson has had "multiple" previous drug arrests dating back to as far as 2003. Wilson was ultimately charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh-degree, a misdemeanor.
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