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Dartmouth Police arrest man after seizing list of drugs, cash



DARTMOUTH, MA – A local man has been arrested on several charges following an investigation.

According to Dartmouth Police, on Thursday, at approximately 4:00 p.m., members of the Dartmouth Police Department Investigative Services Division, with the assistance of Massachusetts State Troopers assigned to the Bristol County District Attorney’s Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant at a residence on Cove Road in Dartmouth.

During their search, detectives located approximately 30 grams of suspected powder cocaine, approximately 3 grams of suspected crack cocaine, approximately 5 grams of suspected Fentanyl, and 10 Suboxone strips. In addition, $955 and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia was seized.

As a result of the findings associated with the search, Dartmouth Police arrested 27-year-old Daarnez Ramos and charged him with trafficking cocaine, possession of a Class A drug, possession to distribute cocaine (subsequent offense), and possession to distribute a Class B drug (subsequent offense). In addition, Ramos also had an outstanding warrant.

Detective Cristina Brum conducted this months-long investigation, with the assistance of other detectives assigned to the Dartmouth Police Community Impact Unit.

According to Dartmouth Chief of Police, Brian P. Levesque, “As a result of their hard work and dedication, my detectives were not only able to remove this dangerous individual from the community, but also the dangerous and possibly life-threatening drugs that he was peddling.”

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