A local pharmacy student is facing drug charges in Western NY.
According to the U.S. Attorney's office, 23 year old Abraham Reinhardt, who is from Clarence, is accused of possessing drugs like marijuana, hallucinogenic mushrooms and a painkiller called oxymorphone, with an intent to distribute them.
Reinhardt is a pharmacy student at St. John Fisher, and he was arrested in the parking lot of the Home Depot in Batavia where authorities say he was about to sell 80 tablets of that painkiller as well as some pot and the hallucinogenic mushrooms.
After the arrest, federal agents searched Reinhardt's residence on Elmwood Avenue in Rochester, and seized some more drugs.
Officials also allege that last summer, Reinhardt drove an ice cream truck in Cheektowaga and sold hallucinogenic mushrooms and marijuana from the truck.
He was released on bail pending another court appearance.