LEBANON, Conn. (WTNH) – State police located a wanted man with 30 bags of suspected fentanyl in Lebanon Wednesday, thanks to the help of police K9 Zedo and his partner.
According to the state police, officers from Troop K were dispatched to the area of York Road for reports of a wanted person in the area at 10:37 a.m.
Officers learned the suspect had a warrant out for his arrest from troop D and three paperless rearrest warrants for failure to appear.
Upon arrival at the location, officers were advised the suspect was hiding inside of a multi-bay garage.
K9 Zedo and his partner were able to locate the suspect inside the garage underneath a pile of debris and tarp. State police said troopers then located 30 bags of suspected fentanyl.
State police identified the suspect as 32-year-old Charles Bourgeois.
The accused was taken into custody and processed for the two counts of possession of a controlled substance in the second degree.
Bourgeois is expected to appear in Norwich Superior Court on Thursday.