According to reports, after law enforcement officials conducted a drug raid of a Worcester city antiques store on March 10, they detained four individuals on suspicion of possessing and distributing drugs. Police allege that the store was used as a place where drug deals were made.
Investigators claim that during their search of the antique store they found a variety of drugs, such as heroin, anti-anxiety medications, synthetic painkillers, drugs for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy and medications used to fight opium addiction. Just prior to the store raid, officers assert that they found prescription drugs, heroin and crack cocaine in a vehicle that was leaving the antique store. The four men were taken into police custody on drug-related charges that include drug possession with intent to distribute. The men were to have their hearing March 13.