Formal Arraignment Set For Heroin-Busted Man
A formal arraignment has been scheduled for Timothy Barlow in January 2013 at the Court of Common Pleas.
MEDIA–A formal arraignment has been scheduled for the 26-year-old Philadelphia man involved in an undercover drug investigation, which resulted in the recovery of 10 bundles of Heroin that occurred in Broomall in October.
The arraignment will be held at the Delaware County Courthouse on Jan. 9 at 8:30 a.m., following a preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge Nicholas Lippincott in District Court #32-2-46 on Dec. 6.
On Oct. 19, Marple police officers conducted an undercover drug investigation involving Timothy Barlow, 26, in the Lewis Building at the Governor Sproul Apartments. An undercover officer made the transaction with Barlow at which time a uniformed officer made the arrest.
A fight ensued inside the apartment building and eventually continued outside, where Barlow attempted to flee from police in a waiting vehicle. In an attempt to stop the vehicle, an officer fired a gunshot at the vehicle's tire to slow the vehicle down. The vehicle was eventually stopped and Barlow's accomplice, Tinesha Barlow, 24, of Harleysville, was also arrested and charged for her involvement in the drug bust.
Barlow was arrested for the 10 charges: Manufacture, Delivery or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver; Intentional Possession of a Controlled Substance By a Person Who is Not Registered; Use/Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; Conspiracy–Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver; Conspiracy–Intentional Possession of a Controlled Substanced By a Person Who is Not Registered; Aggravated Assault; Simple Assault; Recklessly Endangering Another Person; Resist Arrest/Other Law Enforcement; and Criminal Use of Communication Facility.
Bail was set for $150,000 with no cash option on Oct. 20. Barlow was unable to post bail and remains in Delaware County Prison. Barlow is being represented by Eugene P. Tinari of Philadelphia.