Greentown man arrested for dealing heroin
Janine Edwards, Wayne County District Attorney, announced today the arrest of John Joseph Henneforth Jr., age 38 of Greentown, Pennsylvania. Henneforth is charged with Delivery of Heroin (F), Criminal Use of Communication Facility (F), and Possession of Heroin (M). Henneforth made the sale of 10 bags of Heroin to a Confidential Informant of the Wayne County District Attorney’s Drug Task Force this month. Henneforth is a suspect in large scale drug deal ring in Wayne County.
Henneforth’s bail was set at $250,000.00 by District Magisterial Judge Linus Myers. Henneforth is currently on State Parole for a previous conviction in 2013 for Delivery of Heroin (F) and related drug offenses. Henneforth is scheduled for an appearance at Central Court at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at the Wayne County Courthouse.
Janine Edwards stated “The heroin problem must be addressed with a combination of education of our youth, treatment of those addicted and prosecution of drug dealers. Safety of our towns and our residents must come first. Drug dealing always brings with it crime. Today’s charge is a great step in arresting dealers who sell large amounts of drugs in our county. Various law enforcement officers joined the Wayne County District Attorney’s Drug Task Force in this investigation. Agencies represented in this investigation are the Pennsylvania State Police, the Pike County Detectives Office, the Honesdale Borough Police Department and the Waymart Borough Police Department.”