Convicted drug dealer arrested again

By Matt Hicks

Convicted drug dealer arrested again

March 8, 2013 Updated Mar 9, 2013 at 1:36 AM EDT

Unadilla, NY (WBNG Binghamton) A convicted Otsego County drug dealer finds himself in trouble with the law again as part of a two month narcotics investigation.

Now Timothy Gregory, 52, of Unadilla, could face up to four years in state prison if convicted on drug charges.

Gregory was one of four Otsego County residents arrested as part of a joint investigation between the Otsego County Sheriff's Office, DEA special agents, Oneonta Police Department, and police from the SUNY Oneonta campus.

The first arrests were made Feb. 28 when investigators searched Gregory's property at 597 Kilkenny Rd. and seized two and a half pounds of processed marijuana valued at $7,500, a digital scale and $520 in cash.

Deborah Gregory, 54, and Tracy Nichols, 53, both of Unadilla, were also arrested during the drug bust after being found with small amounts of marijuana on them.

On March 4, Alexander Zienkker, 22, of Otego, was arrested after a pound of pot found on Gregory's property was traced back to him.

Also on March 4, Gregory was arrested again for selling marijuana in the Town of Unadilla during January and February of 2012.

They all face criminal possession of marijuana charges.

Timothy Gregory also faces two counts of criminal sale of marijuana in the third degree.

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