Stoughton Police Arrest Man for Possession of Crack Cocaine
Police executed a search warrant Friday April 27, resulting in the arrest of a 26-year-old Stoughton man.
The Stoughton Police Department's Detective Division concluded a month-long investigation Friday, April 27 on an individual who they suspected was selling crack cocaine out of his vehicle.
As a result of their investigation, two search warrants were issued for the suspect's home and car, which led to the arrest of a 26-year old Stoughton man.
According to SPD Sgt. Bob Welch, The warrants were executed simultaneously.
"A small amount of crack cocaine and several thousand dollars in cash were discovered in the home. No drugs were found in the car, but more cash was on the suspect's person," Welch said.
Stoughton Police arrested Andrew Levy, 26, of Stagecoach Road in Stoughton. That is the new apartment complex on the Stoughton/Canton line.
Sgt. Welch said that Levy would be arraigned Monday morning (April 30) in Stoughton District Court on charges of Possession with Intent to Distribute a Class B Drug (crack cocaine), and Operating a Vehicle After Revocation of License.