Randolph man arrested on drug charges after task force investigation

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RANDOLPH — A month-long investigation by the W.E.B. Major Crimes and Drug Task Force has culminated in the arrest of a Randolph man on drug charges.

Detectives from the task force had been probing allegations that Brian Marsh, 56, was selling cocaine across the W.E.B. communities.

Their investigation led to the development of probable cause, indicating Marsh was conducting drug transactions from his vehicle.

On Feb. 12, at about 3:52 p.m., detectives executed a search warrant on Marsh’s motor vehicle.

The search resulted in the seizure of approximately 121 grams of cocaine and 43 amphetamine pills.

Marsh faces charges for trafficking and possession of a Class B drug, specifically cocaine and amphetamine.

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