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Two Arrested for Trafficking Crystal Meth, Possession of 2 Stolen AR-15 Rifles

Thursday, November 23, 2017

 

Massachusetts State Police arrested two men after finding over 200 grams of suspected crystal methamphetamine, two AR-15 rifles and psilocybin mushrooms in a Worcester apartment, according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early, Jr.

Milano Andre-Fields and Mindy Doherty, both of 1223 West Boylston St. were arrested on trafficking crystal meth and possession of two stolen AR-15 rifles.

The Investigation

Detectives found more than 200 grams of a crystal-like substances believed the be crystal methamphetamine. They also located numerous strips of Suboxone and an amount of what appeared to be psilocybin mushrooms.

Also located inside the apartment were two AR-15-style rifles, a .380 semiautomatic handgun with the serial number defaced and two large-capacity magazines for the rifles. The two rifles were previously reported stolen out of Spencer and Bellingham, WA.

Troopers arrested Andre-Fields in a parking lot near his home with approximately $1,308 in cash and two mobile phones, one of which had the number investigators called to arrange the controlled-buys of cocaine. Police also seized approximately $1,800 in cash from inside the apartment, along with packaging materials and multiple digital scales.

Doherty, 34, was also arrested as she exited the apartment.

 

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