Two Springfield men arrested after massive drug bust

Both men are facing several gun charges as well

Photo Courtesy: Springfield Police Department

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Two Springfield men were arrested on drug charges Thursday night, following a huge seizure of more than 18,000 bags of heroin and thousands of dollars of cash.

According to Springfield Police Sgt. John Delaney, 33-year-old Dariel Grullon and 35-year-old Dario Grullon are both facing multiple drug trafficking charges after a police raid on Harrison Avenue.

Delaney said police seized 18,147 bags of heroin with “Donald Trump,” “Addicted,” and “Flat Line” stamps, 138 grams of cocaine, 13 bags of marijuana totaling 13.7 ounces, and $10,280 in cash.

Photo Courtesy: Springfield Police Department
Photo Courtesy: Springfield Police Department

An additional 809 grams of raw heroin was also found, which Delaney said could have produced another 40,000 bags of heroin.

Police also allegedly found various packaging materials and equipment, a 9mm firearm, and ammo.

Both suspects are being held in Springfield police lock-up until they are arraigned in Springfield District Court Friday.

Dariel and Dario Grullon are being charged with: heroin and cocaine trafficking, possession to distribute marijuana, possession of a large capacity firearm in felony, along with several gun charges.