2 Pawtucket men arrested for manufacturing, possessing, intent to distribute cocaine

Mugshots of Jocabeth Garcia-Ramirez and Cristian Munera Castrillo. (Pawtucket Police Department)

PAWTUCKET, R.I. (WLNE) — Pawtucket police said two men were arrested for manufacturing and possessing cocaine with the intent to distribute.

Jocabeth Garcia-Ramirez and Cristian Munera Castrillo were arrested after a court ordered search warrant was executed at 28 Palm St. Apt. 1.

During the search, police found around 235 grams of cocaine, digital scales, packaging material, a kilo press, and roughly $10,000 in cash.

Det. Lt. Dino Giorgio said after searching the apartment, police stopped a suspicious car that was outside.

Pawtucket police K9 “Magno” alerted police to suspected drugs inside of the car.

This is a photo of Pawtucket Police K9 Magno and drugs, money, and materials used to package and distribute. (Pawtucket Police Department)

Police then executed a search warrant on the car and found two kilo grams of suspected cocaine with a street value of $50,000, Giorgio said.

Garcia-Ramirez was arrested and charged with:

  • Manufacturing/possession with intent to deliver 1 oz.-1 kilo
  • Possession with intent to deliver-schedule I/II (cocaine)
  • Maintaining a common nuisance
  • Distribution/manufacturing of a controlled substance — in or near a school

Castrillo was arrested and charged with:

  • Manufacturing/possession with intent to deliver over 1 kilo of cocaine
  • Manufacturing/possession with intent to deliver cocaine
  • Driving while in possession of a controlled substance
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