29 people have been charged after a joint investigation in Waterbury.
According to officials on Thursday, 29 people are facing federal narcotics offenses connected to the distribution of heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine.
The investigation began last year and utilized court-authorized wiretaps, physical surveillance and controlled purchases of narcotics.
On March 13th, a grand jury in Hartford returned an indictment charging the following with conspiracy to distribute, and to possess with intent to distribute, various quantities of heroin, cocaine and cocaine base:
- Keith Jordan, 50, of Waterbury
- Katina Reed, 46, of Waterbury
- Domingo Alves, 49, of Waterbury
- Sunji Cramer, 39, of Meriden
- Carlos Morais, 35, of Waterbury
- Larry Hall, 48, of Naugatuck
- Jean Carlos Fabal-Gonzalez, 24, of Waterbury
- Lliver Abreu-Baez, 27, of Waterbury
- Junio Acevedo, 34, of Waterbury
- Michael Altieri, 28, of Waterbury
- Lance Baptiste, 40, of Waterbury
- Timothy Booker, 60, of Waterbury
- Tyrell Campbell, 29, of Waterbury
- Rosemary Colon, 35, of Naugatuck
- Damon Davis, 24, of Waterbury
- David Flaherty, 48, of Waterbury
- Vina Frazier, 35, of Waterbury
- Jermaine Foster, 48, of New Haven
- Bienvenido Gonzalez, 41, of Waterbury
- Nazariel Gonzalez, 39, of West Hartford
- Jose Gonzalez, 30, of Waterbury
- James Tyrone Hayes, 49, of Newburgh, New York
- Omar Hernandez, 39, of Waterbury
- Jordan Jamison, 23, of Waterbury
- Francisco Lopez, 32, of Waterbury
23 of the people were arrested on Wednesday while one was arrested on Thursday morning. Authorities said one has been in state custody while four more are being sought.
In association with the arrests, police said they seized 3,000 bags of heroin, 400 grams of cocaine, 350 grams of fentanyl and heroin mixed together, 400 grams of heroin, 10 grams of crack, along with marijuana, four handguns, four vehicles and approximately $120,000 in cash.