Boston police arrest man on drug trafficking charges in Dorchester

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BOSTON — Members of the Boston Police Drug Control Units from Jamaica Plain and Roxbury arrested Marco Natera, 38, on drug trafficking charges following the execution of two search warrants in Dorchester.

Officers from the District E-13 (Jamaica Plain) Drug Control Unit, assisted by the District B-2 (Roxbury) DCU, carried out the warrants issued by the Roxbury District Court.

The searches led to the seizure of 211 small plastic bags of fentanyl and three large plastic bags containing a total of 652 grams of the drug.

Additionally, police found 16 plastic bags of cocaine weighing 14 grams, $165 in cash, and various drug paraphernalia.

Natera will face charges for trafficking Class A (Fentanyl) over 200 grams and possession with intent to distribute Class B (Cocaine).

He was also found to have two active warrants from the Lawrence District Court for trafficking Class A and distribution of Class A substances.

The suspect is expected to be arraigned at Roxbury District Court.

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