Heroin and cash seized in Greenfield arrest

The officers recognized the car from a heroin investigation

Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police Dept.

GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Greenfield Police found nearly 300 bags of heroin during a traffic stop on Elm Street early Tuesday morning.

According to the Greenfield Police Facebook page, officers pulled over a car for speeding around 5:00 a.m. Tuesday. Two people were in the car, one being 35-year old Nathan Rondeau of Greenfield, who was sitting in the passenger seat.

The officers recognized the car from a recent heroin investigation. Police said a search of the car allegedly turned up 290 bags of heroin and nearly 650 dollars in cash. Rondeau was arrested and is being charged with Trafficking in Class A Substance (heroin) and Possession of a Class A Substance With Intent To Distribute (heroin).

The driver will be summoned to court at a future date and charged with civil and criminal motor vehicle offenses.

Nathan Rondeau (Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police Dept.)
Nathan Rondeau (Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police Dept.)

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