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Four men and two women, five of whom remain jailed, were indicted by a Wyoming County grand jury Friday on various felony drug charges following a six-month investigation by the Wyoming County Drug Task Force.

In custody pending arraignments are:

• Sharon D. Herman, 45, of Warner Gulf Road, Holland, charged with criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance. She allegedly sold narcotics to an undercover agent on two occasions in the Village of Perry.

• Mallory R. Pfaff, 24, of West Main Street, Attica, charged with criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance for allegedly selling cocaine twice to an undercover agent in the Village of Attica.

• Adam J. Pfenniger, 37, of Toolhouse Road, Warsaw, charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance for allegedly selling Suboxone on two occasions to an undercover agent in the Village of Warsaw.

• William C. Schlenker, 24, of West Main Street, Attica, charged with criminal sale and possession of cocaine for allegedly selling on several occasions to an undercover agent in Attica.

• Stephen W. Thompson, 36, of West Main Street, Attica, charged with criminal sale and possession of cocaine for sales of the substance “on multiple occasions” to an undercover agent in Attica.

Cory R. Fuller, 32, of Route 362, Bliss, was released after posting bail in Wyoming County Court. He is charged with criminal sale and possession of cocaine for a sale to an undercover agent in Bliss.

The drug task force was assisted in the investigation by members of the Genesee County Drug Task Force, the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Road Patrol and the Wyoming County District Attorney’s Office.

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