Police: Suspect had Crack Cocaine stuffed in his mouth

Brandon Williamson was trying to speak with his ex-girlfriend

Brandon Williamson (Photo Courtesy: Springfield Police Dept.)
Brandon Williamson (Photo Courtesy: Springfield Police Dept.)

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Springfield Police arrested a man Wednesday on drug charges after he tried to break into his ex-girlfriends apartment during the day.

According to Springfield Police Sgt. John Delaney, around 7:00 a.m. Wednesday, Officers Angel Marrero and Roberto Gonzalez went to 91 Belle Street for a report of a breaking and entering in progress.

When the officers arrived, 26-year-old Brandon Williamson was seen being chased by a woman who lives at the apartment. Sgt. Delaney said the officers stopped Williams from leaving and started to speak with the woman who revealed that they had broken up a year ago.

Williamson allegedly broke into the apartment and attempted to speak with the woman while she was with her fiancé. That’s when she called 911.

Delaney said the officers investigated Williamson a little further and found nine bags of Crack Cocaine packaged for sale stuffed in his mouth. He spit out the rocks of Crack Cocaine from his mouth “like a Pez dispenser” in the officers hands.

Brandon Williamson of Springfield was charged with B&E Daytime, Trespass, and Possession Of Crack Cocaine With Intent to Distribute.

Williamson was arraigned Wednesday in Springfield District Court.

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