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Boston Police, US Postal Inspectors and Massachusetts State Police make Trafficking Arrest after Executing Search Warrant in Dorchester

From BPD News:

At about 4:10 PM, on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, officers assigned to the City-Wide Drug Control Unit, Youth Violence Strike Force, The United States Postal Inspectors and Massachusetts State Police, executed a total of four search warrants at 19 Paxton Street in Dorchester in relation to an investigation into the delivery of Cocaine via the Unites States Postal Service.

Officers arrested Marco Clark, 28, of Dorchester and charged him with Trafficking Class B, Drugs (over 200 grams of Cocaine). Seized as a result of the search warrants were six kilograms of Cocaine, just under a pound of Marijuana, and over $9300.00 is US Currency.

Through the course of this investigation, Clark received approximately twenty-nine packages from fictitious addresses in Puerto Rico that were delivered to addresses that Clark has ties to here in Boston.

Multiple surveillance investigations were conducted where Clark was observed retrieving these packages then returning back to 10 Paxton Street. Marco Clark is expected to be arraigned in Roxbury District Court.

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