Fall River Police make an arrest on a trafficking charge

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FALL RIVER, MASS (WLNE) – Fall River police arrested a man last week on a trafficking charge. 

According to the department, detectives from The Fall River Police Vice and Intelligence were on pre-search warrant surveillance on Warren Street. 

The target of the search was identified as 19-year-old Neftaly Arroyo-Gomez. 

According to Police, at approximately 8:30 a.m, Detectives knocked at the residence and announced their presence. 

Police say that after not getting a response after multiple attempts, they noticed the door was unlocked and entered the residence.  

Police announced their presence as they entered and located Arroyo-Gomez and seven other people in the apartment.

Confiscated from Arroyo-Gomez’s bedroom were 26.3 grams of suspected Fentanyl,  a digital scale, Inositol powder, sandwich baggies and a large sum of cash. 

Arroyo-Gomez was taken into custody on a charge of Trafficking n 18 grams or more of Class A Substance (Fentanyl) 

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