Boston Man Arrested for Trafficking Narcotics in Brockton

On Friday evening, at approximately 5:26 p.m., troopers assigned to the Troop D Community Action Team (D-CAT) were monitoring traffic in the city of Brockton on Intervale Street, when they stopped a 2020 GMC Terrain for motor vehicle violations. The troopers subsequently stopped the vehicle on Spark Street.

After a brief investigation, the driver, CAMRYN Y. GUILLAUME, 28,  of Boston, was found to be in possession of approximately 23 grams of crack cocaine, Oxycodone pills, two bags of fentanyl, and over $5,600 in U.S. currency.

GUILLAUME was placed under arrest and transported to the State Police – Middleboro Barracks for booking.

GUILLAUME was charged with the following offenses:
1.            Possess to distribute Class A drug;
2.            Trafficking in cocaine;
3.            Possess to distribute Class B drug;
4.            Possess to distribute Class B drug; and
5.            Carrying a dangerous weapon.

GUILLAUME was subsequently released on $2,000 bail pending his arraignment Monday at Brockton District Court.

No further information is available. Do not contact the barracks directly.