LOCKPORT – A Town of Niagara woman pleaded not guilty Thursday in State Supreme Court to a six-count indictment accusing her of possessing five different drugs when the car in which she was riding was stopped by police Oct. 15 in Wheatfield.
Amanda M. Camidge, 18, of Panama Avenue, is charged with single counts of third- and fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and four counts of seventh-degree possession. The driver of the car, Sean M. Reed Jr. 26, of Amy Drive, Wheatfield, is to be arraigned next week on the same charges.
Assistant District Attorney Peter M. Wydysh said the pair are accused of having heroin, cocaine, Suboxone, Valium and opanas. A deputy pulled the car over after he saw the pair allegedly smoking marijuana as they drove along River Road. The resulting drug seizure included 43 packets of alleged heroin and 19 assorted pills.