South Kingstown PD arrest two men for selling and delivering drugs
South Kingstown, RI (WLNE) – South Kingstown police arrested two men Thursday for selling and delivering crack cocaine along with other drugs.
Police say they received information from an unnamed source that people were selling narcotics, mainly crack cocaine, at a house on MacArthur Boulevard in South Kingstown.
Upon receiving this information police were able to obtain two arrest warrants for who they believed was doing the selling, and a search warrant for the MacArthur Boulevard home.
Stephen Reposa (pictured right), 58, of South Kingstown, is being charged with two counts of delivery of crack cocaine and one count of the delivery of meth (Methylenedioxymethamphetamine aka MDMA).
Stephen Glode (pictured left), 27, of Woonsocket, is being charged with two counts of delivery of crack cocaine.
On Thursday, authorities from both South Kingstown and Narragansett found Glode to be in possession of additional drugs which then added the following charges:
- one count of possession with intent to deliver Fentanyl
- one count of possession with intent to deliver Oxycodone
- one count of Possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine
Four cell-phones and $680 was also found on Glode and seized by South Kingstown Police.
Both Reposa and Glode were arraigned at Fourth Division District in Wakefield on Friday and ordered to be held at the ACI until their bail hearings on Sept. 18.
WLNE-TV / ABC6 2019