A search warrant executed in Brockton yesterday resulted in the seizure of drugs, money, and ammunition, and one man under arrest for trafficking in Oxycodone.
As a result of an investigation by the State Police Gang Unit, troopers received a search warrant yesterday for a residence located on West Elm Street in Brockton based upon probable cause that a resident of that home, SEAN RILEY, 35, was illegally selling narcotics. At about 4:30 p.m., with assistance from troopers assigned to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office and the Troop D Community Action Team, and an agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, that search warrant was executed on the residence and resulted in the discovery and seizure of over 400 suspected 30mg Oxycodone (“perc 30s”) pills, 50 strips of a substance believed to be Suboxone, approximately 210 grams of a substance believed to be marijuana, and a loaded 9mm magazine. In addition, $2045 in cash, believed to be the proceeds of an illicit drug trade, was also seized.
RILEY, who was home during the search, was placed under arrest and booked at the Brockton Police station on the following charges:
- Trafficking in Oxycodone
- Possession with intent to distribute a Class B substance
- Possession with intent to distribute a Class D substance
- Unlawful possession of ammunition
RILEY was held on $25,000.00 bail pending his arraignment in Brockton District Court.