Tape recordings between a confidential state police informant and 45-year-old Littlestown resident Lisa Shiloh highlighted day one of a criminal trial Monday against the alleged drug ring leader who arranged for thousands of dollars worth of cocaine and heroin to be brought into Adams County from Baltimore and later sold.

Shiloh faces five counts of delivery of cocaine, one count of possession with intent to delivery cocaine, one count of criminal conspiracy, five counts of criminal use of a communication facility and one count of endangering the welfare of children.

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