Troopers Arrest Wanted Man Trafficking Fentanyl, Cocaine

Earlier this morning Trooper John Jakobowski, a recent graduate of the 85th Recruit Training Troop and the son and namesake of retired Trooper John Jakobowski, and his Field Training Officer, Trooper Matt Clark, stopped a vehicle for speeding on Melnea Cass Boulevard in Boston.  They discovered the operator, identified as CHARLES JORDAN, 53, of Lynn, had an active warrant for his arrest and a suspended driver’s license in Massachusetts.  They arrested the man on the warrant and operating after suspension. 

During the inventory of the motor vehicle’s contents, prior to it being towed, the two Troopers discovered a satchel containing approximately 39 grams of cocaine and crack cocaine, 11 grams of fentanyl, a large assortment of prescription pills, a digital scale, and over $11,000 in cash. 

JORDAN was transported to State Police-Boston where he was booked and a bail commissioner ordered him to be held pending his arraignment at Roxbury District Court on the following charges:

  1. Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended License;
  2. Trafficking in Fentanyl;
  3. Trafficking in Cocaine;
  4. Distribution of a Class E Substance, Subsequent Offense;
  5. Distribution of a Class D Substance, Subsequent Offense;
  6. Unlawful Possession of Fireworks;
  7. Larceny Under $1200; and
  8. Speeding.