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Two Arrested for Drug Dealing in Worcester

Saturday, October 21, 2017

 

Two Worcester residents were arrested in the area of Murray Ave on Friday morning for drug dealing.

Luis Miranda was charged with distribution of a Class B Substance.

Caroline Gonzalez was charged with charged with Possession of a class B Substance.

The Incident

On October 20 at about 10 a.m., Worcester police officers assigned to the Neighborhood Response Team were conducting surveillance in the area of Murray Ave and Chandler St. The police have received many complaints about drug dealing in this area. The officers observed a man, who was later identified as Miranda, 46, of 25 Queen St, pull up on a bicycle and sit on the stone wall behind Compare Foods, which is marked “No Trespassing.”

A woman, later identified as Gonzalez, 38, of 245 Pleasant St, approached Miranda, who spit out several white rocks from his mouth into his hand. Miranda took out a small glass pipe, put the rocks in the pipe, and began to smoke. After he finished smoking, he passed the pipe to the female, who also smoked the pipe. The appearance of the substance and the manner of smoking it were consistent with that of crack cocaine.

At this point, officers emerged from surveillance and the pair began to walk away. The officers stopped them and placed them under arrest.

 

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