Enfield Police make 18 drug arrests and they’re not done

One person from Springfield was among the suspects

ENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – While 16 people were arrested on drug charges in Springfield, over the state line in Enfield, Police arrested 18 people and they’re looking for more.

The Enfield Police Department ended a 10-month joint investigation with federal authorities Wednesday afternoon after arresting and booking 9 people on drug charges, and other people on outstanding warrants; 18 in total.

22News was in Enfield Wednesday afternoon when several of the suspects were arrested. Watch the video above to see them being taken away.

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Below are some of the people who were booked Wednesday afternoon and there charges:

  1. Matthew Beebe of 29 Star Lane, Enfield, CT – Sale of Certain Illegal Drugs
  2. Daniel Cosgrove of 48 Enfield Street, Enfield, CT – Forgery 3rd Degree, Conspiracy to Commit Forgery 3rd, Larceny 6th, and Conspiracy to commit larceny 6th
  3. Alyssa Boucher of 48 Enfield Street, Enfield, CT – Forgery 3rd Degree, Conspiracy to Commit Forgery 3rd, Larceny 6th, and Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 6th
  4. Heather Michaud of 34 Spring Street, Enfield, CT – Sale of Certain Illegal Drugs, Conspiracy to Commit a Sale of Certain Illegal Drugs, Sale of Controlled Substance within 1,500 feet of School/HSG/Daycare, and Conspiracy to Commit a Sale of Controlled Substance within 1,500 feet of School/HSG/Daycare
  5. Malakie Berry of 52 Bailey Road, Enfield, CT – Sale of Controlled Substance
  6. Jonathan Berry of 9 Barrett Road, Enfield, CT – Failure to Appear 2nd
  7. Dominick Torres of 15 Alden Avenue, Enfield, CT – Sale of Certain Illegal Drugs, and Conspiracy to Commit a Sale of Certain Illegal Drugs
  8. Luis Gomez of 169 Maple Street, Springfield, MA – Assault 3rd, and Breach of Peace 2nd

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