Scooter Crash Investigation Leads Framingham Police To Seizure of Fentanyl, Cocaine, & Marijuana

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FRAMINGHAM – Investigating a crash between a vehicle and a scooter near Framingham Police headquarters Tuesday afternoon, a police officer found a large quantity of Fentanyl, cocaine, and marijuana in a backpack by the driver of a motorized scooter, said police.

The crash happened at William Welch Way and Sanger Boulevard just after 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22.

The officer confiscated “141 grams (350 pills) of pressed fentanyl, 15.8 grams of cocaine, 28 pill capsules of fentanyl and 7 ounces of marijuana,” according to police.

Framingham Police spokesperson Sgt. Rachel Mickens said police are still investigating and there have been no arrests, at this time.


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