Quincy man arrested on drug trafficking, firearms charges

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QUINCY — Detectives from the Quincy Police Department’s Drug Control Unit arrested a man Tuesday morning on charges of cocaine trafficking and illegal possession of firearms.

The arrest occurred after a search warrant was executed in the West Quincy area.

The male suspect, whose identity has not yet been released, is set to be arraigned at Quincy District Court.

The police department praised the efforts of the detectives involved in the operation, highlighting their commitment to dismantling drug trafficking in the community.

“Great investigative work by detectives assigned to our Drug Control Unit,” the department stated in a release.

The Quincy Police Department reiterated its dedication to enforcing the drug laws of the commonwealth and creating a deterrent atmosphere for drug dealers.

The department encourages residents to remain vigilant and report any suspicious drug-related activity.

Anyone with information regarding illegal drug activity is urged to contact the drug tip hotline at 617-328-4527.

The department assures that all tips will be thoroughly investigated as they continue to combat drug distribution in the city.

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