Motor Vehicle Stop leads to the Arrest of 3 for Trafficking Heroin and Cocaine

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Yesterday at approximately 8:15pm, Trooper David DiCrescenzo assigned to the State Police Barracks in Sturbridge, was on patrol on Route 290 east in the town of Auburn when he observed a Jeep Grand Cherokee commit motor vehicle violations. Trooper DiCrescenzo activated his emergency lights and stopped the vehicle at the Auburn/Worcester town line.  The Jeep Cherokee had three occupants inside.  The operator was identified as PAUL HENRY, 24, of Dorchester, the rear passenger was identified as JAMES MCLEOD, 23, of Brooklyn, NY, and the front passenger was identified as, JENMARIE ROLON, 22, of Brooklyn, NY.

Troopers Nicholas D’Angelo, Scott Driscoll and Patrick Robinson along with his K9 Jari assisted Tpr DiCrescenzo at the scene of the motor vehicle stop.

 

As a result of an investigation and search of the motor vehicle 100 grams Heroin and 60 grams of Cocaine were located.  HENRY, MCLEOD, and ROLON were placed under arrest and transported to the Sturbridge Barracks where they booked and held pending bail and arraignment this morning in Worcester District Court.

 

PAUL HENRY was charged with the following offenses:

UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV

COCAINE, TRAFFICKING IN

HEROIN/MORPHINE/OPIUM, TRAFFICKING IN

CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW

Citation: R3651936; 90-7-D EQUIPMENT VIOLATION, MISCELLANEOUS MV

Citation: R3651936; 89-4B-B RIGHT LANE, FAIL DRIVE IN

MARKED LANES VIOLATION

RESIST ARREST

 

JAMES MCLEOD was charged with the following offenses:

COCAINE, TRAFFICKING IN

HEROIN/MORPHINE/OPIUM, TRAFFICKING IN

CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW

FAIL to WEAR SEAT BELT

 

JENMARIE COLON was charged with the following offenses:

COCAINE, TRAFFICKING IN

HEROIN/MORPHINE/OPIUM, TRAFFICKING IN

CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW

 

There is no further information available. Please do not call the barracks directly.

 

 

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