Ludlow man facing multiple charges after police traffic stop

McGregor was held on $150,000 cash bail overnight

Photo Courtesy: Ludlow Police Department

LUDLOW, Mass. (WWLP) – A Ludlow man is facing charges of reckless endangerment of a child and multiple drug offenses after a traffic stop by police.

Ludlow Police said officers stopped 30-year-old Jeffrey McGregor, who was driving a 2010 black Ford Fusion on Holyoke Street by Lawton Street around 8:50 p.m., Tuesday evening.

Police had a previous search warrant for the vehicle.

McGregor was arrested for drug possess to distribute Class A, drug possession Class B, drug possess to distribute Class B and Drug Possession Class B.

Photo Courtesy: Ludlow Police Department

Police also found McGregor’s 18-month-old son secured in the back seat of the vehicle.

The child was given to the maternal grandparents who police contacted. An emergency neglect and abuse report was filed with the states Department of Child and Family services for the illegal endangerment of the child.

Ludlow Police seized 161 baggies of heroin worth $805, over four grams of powder cocaine worth $300, $765 in cash and some drug packaging materials.

McGregor was held on $150,000 cash bail overnight.

He was transferred to Palmer District Court Wednesday morning for his first court appearance.