Man faces cocaine trafficking charges after Hudson arrest

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HUDSON — A Lowell man was arrested and charged with cocaine trafficking following a police investigation in Hudson, authorities said.

Julian Grullon, 31, faces multiple charges including trafficking in cocaine, possession of a Class B substance with a prior offense, receiving stolen property with a prior offense, operating with a suspended driver’s license with a prior offense, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

On March 4, around 3:30 a.m., officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle at the intersection of Cottage Street and Central Street.

They discovered two individuals asleep inside a running vehicle that was stopped in the roadway.

Grullon, identified as the driver, was found slumped over the seat.

During the investigation, a significant amount of cash, drug paraphernalia, items reported stolen, and a substance believed to be cocaine were unearthed, leading to Grullon’s arrest.

Scheduled for arraignment in Marlborough District Court on Monday, Grullon was taken into custody without any reported conflicts.

Hudson Police Chief Richard DiPersio commended his officers, emphasizing the importance of removing illegal drugs from the streets and ensuring community safety.

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