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Police accuse man of selling heroin near school zone

Police in Massachusetts have reportedly taken a 26-year-old man into custody for allegedly selling heroin. He is being charged with resisting arrest, violation of a drug-free school zone and possession of a Class A substance with intent to distribute. Police say that a search of the defendant's home revealed drug paraphernalia and heroin and that the defendant may have also been in possession of 50 bags of heroin immediately prior to being contacted by authorities.

3 face criminal charges for 5 alleged armed robberies

Three people have been arrested and accused of committing several armed robberies. The three Massachusetts individuals face serious criminal charges for allegedly robbing four businesses, as well as a pizza delivery driver, over a two-week span. The investigation into the alleged events is still underway.

4 accused of drug charges for buying, selling heroin

After receiving several complaints from upset neighbors, the Springfield Police Department investigated a local neighborhood. Four men were eventually arrested on drug charges for supposedly buying and selling heroin in the area. The Massachusetts men now face serious accusations for their alleged activities.

32 total arrested on drug charges during drug sweep

After an investigation headed by multiple divisions of both state and local police departments, 32 people were recently arrested in Fall River. Out of the 32 arrested, 21 of these individuals are suspected drug dealers who allegedly sold illegal substances to undercover officers. These people face varying drug charges associated with their alleged crimes, and the Massachusetts officers purportedly have 18 more arrest warrants in relation to the sweep.

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