Of the 32 suspects arrested and charged in connection with a major multiple county methamphetamine trafficking bust in May, four remain uncaptured by county authorities.
The four suspects charged and yet to be arrested are:
- Timothy Beck, of 55 Meng Road, Limerick Township
- Kevin Saldutti, of 1415 East Hewson St., Philadelphia
- Judy Cress, of 913 Township Line Road, Phoenixville
- Antonio Encarnacion Perales, of 1002 N. Marshall St., 2nd Floor, Philadelphia
Perales has no criminal docket filed in the Pennsylvania Unified Judicial System.
The other three suspects have cases listed as "inactive" in the Pennsylvania Unified Judicial System.
Beck is charged with 30 offenses, including 17 felonies: four counts of Corrupt Organizations; six counts of Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver; and six counts of Dealing in Unlawful Activities.
Beck was previously arrested and charged with drug violations in 2003. According to court records, Beck had five felonies against him, including Manufacture, Delivery or Possesson with Intent to Manufacture or Deliver; conspiracy of such; and possession of a controlled subtance without being properly registered.
Beck pleaded guilty in the county court to two counts of possession of a controlled substance without being properly registered and use and posession of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to 11 months in jail and concurrent probation of one year each for each guilty plea, according to court records.
Beck was arrested and charged in 1988 and charged with Manufacture, Delivery or Possesson with Intent to Manufacture or Deliver and two counts of possession of a controlled subtance without being properly registered, according to court records. All charges were dismissed by the prosecution.
Saldutti has had 16 district court cases filed against him since September 2005, half of which are criminal cases, according to court records.
Saldutti has an inactive case at the Court of Common Pleas for a guilty plea on a simple assault charge. He was sentenced in 2010 to six to 23 months in prison, according to court records.
Cress has a history of four traffic violation cases at the district court level. The May wiretap case is her first criminal case, according to court records.
No Montgomery County or Philadelphia County court docket sheets can be found on record against Perales.