Police arrest five in early morning drug raid in Easton

Meth labs, stolen motorcycle found

Author: , WFMZ.com Reporter, RKraft@wfmz.com
Published: Aug 02 2013 02:23:13 PM EDT   Updated On: Aug 02 2013 10:42:37 PM EDT
EASTON, Pa. -

Police arrested five individuals and discovered two methamphetamine labs and a stolen motorcycle in an early Friday morning search for narcotics in Easton.

Gary Everitt, 42, and Danielle Everitt, 36, of 1332 Lehigh St., first floor, face charges relating to possession and manufacturing of methamphetamine, court document showed.  The same charges are being lodged against Steven Kaiser, 45, no current address. Everitt also is being charged for the stolen motorcycle and motorcycle parts.

Steven Brown, no age given, and Connie Roskilly, 48, were arrested at 55 S. 5th St., Apt. 5, police said. They face charges via summon for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Two handguns were located at the 5th Street residence, police said. Police are investigating to see if they were used in a July 25 shooting at 7th and Ferry streets in Easton.

Four narcotics search warrants were executed by Easton police and Pennsylvania State Police.

Reports show one meth lab was on the first floor of 1332 Lehigh St. and another at 520 Monroe St., where the motorcycle also was found.

A search also was conducted at 1521 Liberty St., second floor, but a news release from Easton police does not reveal what, if anything, was found at that address. Police could not be reached for clarification.

 Wilson police assisted in the 1521 Liberty St. operation. 

The Lehigh Valley Auto Theft Task Force assisted in the investigations into the stolen motorcycle.