A pair of Jackson Street residents are accused of selling drugs and a sawed-off shotgun during the course of a month-long investigation by the Local Drug Enforcement Task Force.
The duo was arrested Tuesday following a traffic stop by task force members on Federal Drive, Batavia.
Taken into custody were Marcos A. Torres, 29, and Marissa B. Royse, 20.
Torres and Royse are accused of selling cocaine and marijuana along with a 20-gauge shotgun that had been cut down to make it easier to conceal.
When they were arrested, they were allegedly found in possession of cocaine, marijuana and a 9mm rifle.
Both were charged with criminal sale of a firearm, 3rd, criminal possession of a controlled substance, 3rd, criminal possession of a controlled substance, 7th, and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Torres and Royse were arraigned in Batavia City Court on some of the charges and ordered held without bail and then arraigned in town court on the remaining charges with bail set at $5,000.