Police went to an Old County Road home on May 14 to serve a search warrant and ended up charging the resident with multiple offenses, including assaulting a police officer.
At 8:27 AM police went to 227 Old County Road to serve a search warrant to Gregory J. Losordo for distribution of a Class A drug.
When they arrived, they found an unattended fire burning near the property’s wood line, then spotted a vehicle driven by Mr. Losordo coming out of the woods. Officers were able to stop the vehicle and arrest him. During the arrest, police said that he assaulted the arresting officer.
While executing the search warrant on the property, a bag of what police believed to be fentanyl was found in Mr. Losordo’s vehicle.
At this time, he was charged with distribution of a Class A drug, assault and battery on a police officer, possession of a Class A drug with the intent to distribute, and setting a fire in the open.
Mr. Losordo was taken to the police station and booked. When he was brought his lunch, he covered his cell walls with the meal and used what was left to clog the cell’s toilet. He also made multiple statements threatening to kill someone, police said.
He was further charged with threatening to commit a crime—to wit, murder—and vandalizing property.