Wanted in Montgomery County: Glendon Fenty
Updated On: Mar 08 2013 11:37:06 AM CST
Montgomery County officials are asking the public's help to find a Philadelphia man.
Lansdale Police Chief Robert McDyre and Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Ferman are looking for 52-year-old Glendon Fenty in connection with a 2011 investigation where Lansdale Police seized 203 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop.
Early September 28, 2011, a Lansdale officer came upon a tractor trailer in a parking lot with a silver pickup backup up to the rear of the trailer. An individual was seen loading cellophane-wrapped bales from the back of the trailer into the pickup, police said.
The individual, later identified as Fenty, saw police and drove the pickup away at a high rate of speed, police said.
Fenty abandoned the pickup a short distance away where police found seven large bales of marijuana, totaling 153 pounds, in the pickup.
Inside the tractor trailer, police said they found two large bales of marijuana, totaling 49 pounds.
The driver and owner of the tractor trailer was identified as 41-year-old Andrew Lue, of the 600 block of S. Broad Street in Lansdale.
Lue was subsequently arrested and charged with various drug violations to include felony trafficking a controlled substance.
Fenty fled the scene on foot and is still at large.
Fenty faces charges of possession of controlled or counterfeit substance, possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia and related charges.
He has a felony warrant for his arrest for facilitating the pick-up and transport of the drug from Arizona to Pennsylvania.
If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Glendon Fenty, contact the Lansdale Police Department at (215) 368-1801.
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