Stamford Man Part of 5 Charged in Port Chester Drug Bust

Undercover drug buy made on North Main Street; police raid Eldridge Street building.


Five people have been charged in drug investigations in Port Chester.

Village police said an undercover drug buy on North Main Street led to the arrest of a Connecticut man, and a month-long probe done in conjunction with Westchester County Police led to four arrests in a raid on Eldridge Street.

This morning, Richard A. Delsoldato, 24, of 259 Seaside Ave., Stamford, CT, was charged with third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance after a drug sale to an undercover police officer in front of JT Straws Bar & Grill, 435 N. Main St. at about 12:30 a.m.

Delsoldato was being held for arraignment in Port Chester Village Court.

On Thursday night, Port Chester police and Westchester County Police executed a search warrant at 27 Eldridge St. after a month-long drug investigation.  

Four people were arrested and were being held for arraignment in Village Court:

, 55, of 27 Eldridge St.

- Toni Denise Green, 50, of 27 Eldridge St. 

- Richard Thomas, 48, of 395 Webster Ave., New Rochelle

- Jason Torres, 39, who told police he homeless, whose last known address was in the Bronx. 

All four are charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, with intent to sell, a felony.


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