HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Seven people were arrested after Hartford police conducted a narcotics warrant operation.
According to authorities, in January police began an investigation into Mila Supermarket at 553 Albany Avenue after receiving a number of tips and complaints for narcotics activity.
Police say on Thursday Feb. 1, began their search warrant operation and in total seven people were arrested for narcotics/drug related possession and/or sales charges.
Authorities say one of the suspects is a convicted felon and was out on bond with a handgun charge. However, the suspect was found in possession of a handgun and was charged with other weapons violations.
As a result of the search, police seized one semi-automatic pistol, marijuana, heroin, crack cocaine, GHB depressant (date rape drug) and around $2700.
The following seven suspects were arrested as a result of this police investigation:
- 53-year-old Terrance Fisher of South Windsor was charged with possession of narcotics.
- 38-year-old Justin St. Peter of Manchester was charged with possession of narcotics.
- 31-year-old Anthony Outlaw Jr. of Hartford was charged with possession of hallucinogenic, and possession with intent to sell hallucinogenic.
- 30-year-old Bienvenido Rodriguez of Hartford was charged with possession with intent to sell a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled substance.
- 43-year-old Corey Brown of Hartford was charged with a criminal possession of a firearm, possession of controlled substance, possession with intent to sell a controlled substance, and carrying a pistol without a permit.
- 49-year-old William Bracelet is facing multiple charges including, possession of narcotics, possession with intent to sell narcotics, drug factory, and many more. Bracelet also has an active warrant with state police for flight-escape and with another with Waterbury police for a parole violation.
- 44-year-old Curtis Slayton of Hartford was charged with possession of a controlled substance, and possession with intent to sell a controlled substance.