Arrests made in cocaine investigation

Olivia Cianci

news@abc6.com

 

Arrests have been made in an ongoing investigation of
alleged cocaine trafficking in South Kingstown
and Narragansett.

A Narragansett couple, Damon Graham, 33, and Ashley
Sekator-Graham, 30, were arrested on Thursday, along with a seizure of crack
cocaine, cocaine powder, and two fire arms from their home.

Graham has been charged with one count each of conspiracy to
distribute cocaine base, conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute 28
grams or more of cocaine base, and being a felon in possession of a firearm. He
is currently detained.

Sekator-Graham has been charged with one count each of
conspiracy to distribute cocaine base and conspiracy to possess with the intent
to distribute 28 grams or more of cocaine base. She has been released on house
arrest.

Inside their Narragansett home, police found 130 grams of
crack cocaine, a 9mm handgun along with ammunition, and more than $3,700 in
cash. 7 more ounces of cocaine powder and a .38 caliber handgun with ammunition
was also found in the couple's storage unit.