Springfield Police Shut Down Quincy Street Heroin House, 29,000 Bags of Heroin Found

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SPRINGFIELD, MA – Springfield Police Narcotics Detectives have been investigating illegal heroin sales from a home on Quincy Street for several months.  On Friday morning, after a nearly year-long investigation, Narcotics Detectives observed narcotics transactions from this home and secured the residence pending the issuance of a search warrant. Inside the home, Detectives recovered approximately 600 grams of packaged heroin (29,573 bags) and $6700 in cash.  Six individuals were arrested during the investigation, including two now facing drug possession charges. Detectives made three arrests on Quincy Street.
59 year old Julio Rodriguez & 58 year old Stephen Fortune of Quincy Street is charged with:
• Drug Trafficking Class A (200+ Grams)
• Drug Distribution Class A
• Possession with the Intent to Distribute a Class A Drug
• Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws
64 year old Jorge Diaz of Cambridge Street is charged with:
• Drug Trafficking Class A
• Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws
• Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended License
Detectives arrested Carlos Lopez on the 400 block of Central Street
47 year old Carlos Lopez of Eastern Avenue is charged with:
• Drug Trafficking Class A (200+ Grams)
• Drug Distribution Class A
• Possession with the Intent to Distribute a Class A Drug
• Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws
• Possession with the Intent to Distribute a Class B Drug
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