Contact: Beth Stone
BROCKTON – State Police have arrested a man who is charged with distributing Fentanyl and Cocaine within the city of Brockton, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz has announced.
On Monday, September 10, State Police Detectives assigned to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office received information about narcotics distribution occurring within the City of Brockton and an investigation commenced.
As a result of the investigation, yesterday, State Police Detectives developed probable cause that narcotics would be delivered to 38 Hall Street in Brockton and identified a motor vehicle in the vicinity of Hall Street. State Police identified themselves to the operator and observed two twist bags of a substance suspected to be Fentanyl. State Police also located a plastic bag containing multiple twist bags of a white substance which later tested positive for cocaine. State Police additionally seized $379 in cash.
State Police placed the operator of the vehicle, Carlos Correia (DOB: 11/23/97) of Brockton, under arrest and he was charged with one count each of Trafficking of Class A, Fentanyl, Over 10 Grams, Possession with Intent to Distribute Class B, Cocaine, and Operating with a Revoked License. Correia is scheduled to be arraigned on the charges today in Brockton District Court.
The investigation was conducted by State Police Detectives assigned to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office, with assistance from the Massachusetts State Police CAT Team and Brockton Police.
September 12, 2018