Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Grad Arrested for Alleged SnapChat Arranged Drug Deals at East Stroudsburg University

A Plymouth Whitemarsh High School graduate, Jahmir Mapp, was recently arrested in Monroe County after an investigation into illegal drugs at East Stroudsburg University. According to the press release, Mapp admitted to selling drugs and using SnapChat. Below is the press release:

On January 25th, 2016 investigators from the Monroe County Drug Task Force with assistance from East Stroudsburg University Police and the Pennsylvania State Police executed a search warrant on a dorm room at East Stroudsburg University.

The search warrant was based, in part, on an investigation that began in September of 2016 after officers from East Stroudsburg University Police noticed a spike in the use of marijuana and drug activity on campus.

MCDA detective Kim Lippincott obtained the search warrant for a dorm room located in Hawthorne Suites after she was able to identify the lead marijuana supplier.

JAHMIR MAPP, 18 of Lafayette Hill, PA was arrested on charges for possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, criminal use of a communication facility, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Mapp admitted to officers that he sold marijuana to approximately a dozen students per day at specific “hot spots” on campus. Mapp admitted to using SnapChat to communicate and facilitate the sale of marijuana.

Mapp was arraigned before MDJ Michael Muth where bail was set at $5,000 unsecured. He will appear before MDJ Michael Muth on January 31st, 2017 at 10:00am.

Photo: Provided by Monroe County DA’s Office.