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Middleborough Man Sent To State Prison On Charge He Trafficked Fentanyl

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Contact: Beth Stone


PLYMOUTH – A Middleboro man has been sentenced to State Prison after he pleaded guilty to trafficking Fentanyl, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz announced today.

Mark Constantine (DOB: 7/30/86) of Middleboro, pleaded guilty in Plymouth Superior Court late Friday to one count of Trafficking Fentanyl over 10 grams. Judge Cornelius J. Moriarty sentenced Constantine to serve four years to four years and one day in State Prison.

After a month-long investigation, Middleboro Police identified Constantine as a distributor of Fentanyl in town. As a result of the investigation, on February 2, 2018, police detectives applied for and received a narcotics search warrant for Constantine and his vehicle, a Lincoln MKZ. Police located Constantine inside his vehicle at the intersection of Route 105 and 28. Upon execution of the search warrant, police found Constantine in possession of a large bag of Fentanyl and $395.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Brian Fahy and was investigated by the Middleborough Police.


January 28, 2019