East Windsor police arrests four on drug charges

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East Windsor, Conn. (WTNH)- A lengthy investigation into the selling of narcotics in town of East Windsor has led to the arrest of three people. An arrest warrant has been issued for a fourth suspect in the case. In some instances, according to police, undercover officers and members of the North Central Regional Narcotics task force were able to buy cocaine at local restaurants.

Police say an arrest warrant has been issued for 37 year old Hewitt Haynes of East Windsor. According to police Haynes is suspected of selling narcotics at several local establishments including JR’s Cafe, The Mardi Gras II, Main Street Grille and Brook Side Pizza. Haynes will face one charges of both sale of narcotics and conspiracy to sell narcotics when he’s taken into custody

. Already facing charges in the case, 34 year old Andrea Frediani of Windsor Locks, 56 year old Lori Liston of Enfield and 30 year old David Frediani of Windsor Locks. They all face narcotics related charges.

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