MetroWest Drug Task Force Seizes Drugs Worth $120,000+, Cash & Ammunition

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FRAMINGHAM – The MetroWest Drug Task Force in cooperation with the Mass State Police and the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office executed four search warrants, and made three arrests following a long-term investigation into a regional Drug Trafficking organization, announced Framingham Police today, February 4.

As a result of this investigation, the Task Force seized approximately $35,000.00 in US currency and drugs with a street value in excess of $120,000, along with a large amount of pistol ammunition, said Police.

“These investigations and seizures play a critical role in fighting the Opioid epidemic along with our other diversion programs throughout the Metro West Law Enforcement Community,” posted Framingham Police on social media. “We thank our partner agencies in this investigation. Natick Police, Marlborough Police, Ashland Police, MA State Police and Middlesex District Attorney.”

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