REYNOLDSVILLE — A Reynoldsville woman is facing a felony drug charge following a visit from Jefferson County Probation that allegedly led to the woman hiding from probation and police officers.
Reynoldsville Borough Police filed charges against Ciera Marie Caltagarone, 22, of Reynoldsville on Feb. 2, including one felony charge of manufacture, delivery, or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver and one misdemeanor charge of use/possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to an affidavit of probable cause, probation officers called Reynoldsville police to help them locate Caltagarone at her known residence.
While searching the home, there were allegedly several stamp bags floating in a toilet that officers collected.
Probation contacted a relative of Caltagarone’s via phone while still searching the house. Officers mentioned the need to search the basement and attached garage. Caltagarone’s relative allegedly insisted there was no way to get from the basement to the garage, and that the garage door was broken and the door could not be open.
Officers entered the basement and found a door that did lead to the garage, and were able to crawl through after clearing away items. Caltagarone was then found laying on the garage floor behind a parked motorcycle, according to the affidavit.
Caltagarone was taken into custody, and officers…