Third person charged with selling heroin at local day care
ARCADIA, N.Y. - A Wayne County man is facing charges after he allegedly allowed heroin to be sold in a home day care in the Town of Arcadia.
According to deputies, 33-year-old Darrell Williams of Newark was arrested after months of investigation.
That investigation revealed that Williams allowed the sale of heroin, as well as the possession of drug paraphernalia used in the sale of and consumption of heroin, to happen in the home day care operated out of his home on Arcadia Zurich Norris Road.
It is also alleged that Williams allowed the activities to occur at his residence while a seven-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy were present.
Williams' arrest comes nearly two months after his girlfriend, Erin Siler, and her mother, Shelia Detaeye, were convicted on drug charges after the pair sold heroin to undercover officers at the residence on three different occasions.
Williams is charged with one count of first degree criminal nuisance, two counts of first degree unlawfully dealing with a child, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.