Quincy: Police Dismantle Regional Heroin Delivery System

By Erin Dale

Quincy Police say they seized $150,000 worth of heroin, along with $25,000 in cash and three vehicles, dismantling a regional heroin delivery service.

Quincy Police say they seized $150,000 worth of heroin, along with $25,000 in cash and three vehicles, dismantling a regional heroin delivery service.

Quincy Police say they’ve seized $150,000 worth of heroin, three vehicles, and $25,000 in cash, dismantling a delivery system that was operating in four South Shore towns: Quincy, Braintree, Randolph and Brockton.

The department said Friday (June 26) that they executed five search warrants on Thursday, with the assistance of State Troopers and four local police departments – Braintree, Randolph, Weymouth and Brockton – arresting four people: Jordan Martinez, 25, of Dorchester; Alexa Geracie, 21, of Plymouth; Luis Guerrero, 22, of Chelsea; and Brian Stuart, 34, of Quincy. Martinez, Geracie and Guerrero all  face charges including trafficking over 200 grams of heroin and conspiracy to violate drug laws, while Stuart is charged with conspiracy to violate drug laws.

“This was ongoing for the past few months in which customers would call certain telephone numbers and heroin would be delivered in bulk, and for individual sales,” a Quincy …read more

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