Police Raid Nets Two for Trafficking, Drugs, Stun Gun

Two men are under arrest and charged with trafficking in the heroin, morphine or opium class of drugs after their arrests by Haverhill police early last night on Pentucket Street.

Francis Fernandez, 33, 14 Pentucket St., and Hector Ocasio, 27, of Lawrence, were arrested between 6:15 and 6:30, Wednesday. They were each charged with trafficking drugs and conspiracy to violate drug laws. Fernandez was also charged with possession of drugs with the intent to distribute and possession of a stun gun.

They men face arraignment today in Haverhill District Court. This is a developing story.

In other police news:

Angel Delano, 19, 8 Verndale St., Lawrence, was charged with larceny under $250 following his arrest at 16 Dudley St.

Angelo Cerasuolo, 22, of Plaistow, was arrested Tuesday, just before 10 p.m., and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. The incident took place at 6 Newton Road. Also arrested at the address was John Gagnon, of 8 Newton Road. Gagnon was arrested on a warrant relating to motor vehicle violations.

3 thoughts on “Police Raid Nets Two for Trafficking, Drugs, Stun Gun

  1. More excellent work by Haverhill Police Department. it is a never ending battle for law enforcement. I firmly believe that thanks to the good work of HPD our city is much safer than others in our area. Thank you Haverhill Police Department!!!

  2. Excellent they have Hispanic names! Now Jack and Duncan and Jack Haverhill can have a field day about criminal Invaders , liberal politicians and what a great guy this small- handed, vulgarian, Soviet bend- over President is.

    Wait, I think one of them is Italian. Good news you hate mongers! It won’t be long before The Three Stooges A calling for all Catholics to be deported. Clowns.