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FRAMINGHAM – Multiple agencies arrested a man in Framingham on December 2 on drug trafficking charges.

After an investigation by Framingham Police Bureau of Investigations and the MetroWest Drug Task Force, a search warrant was executed on Friday at 7:48 a.m. at 30 Audrea Road, along with assistance from the Massachusetts State Police Stop Team. 

Police arrested James Salvi, 37, listed with no known address.

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He was charged with possession to distribute drugs, conspiracy to violate the state’s drug law, trafficking cocaine opioids/Fentanyl.

He had warrants out of Framingham for assault dangerous weapon, kidnapping; Assault and battery dangerous weapon and a harassment prevention order violation, said the Framingham Police spokesperson Lt. Rachel Mickens.

Police recovered: “fentanyl 335g, cocaine 195g, methamphetamine 1g, over $5,000 in cash,” said Lt. Mickens.

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Framingham Police booking photo

Framingham Police photo

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