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Attorney Powderly Will Represent Fall River Man Charged With Trafficking Crack Cocaine and Marijuana

Attorney Powderly will be representing an individual charged with various drug offenses stemming from the execution of a search warrant by the Fall River Police Vice and Intelligence Unit. The details of the arrest were part of a recent article in the Fall River Herald shown below.
By Will Richmond
Herald News Staff Reporter
Posted May 17, 2012 @ 09:28 PM
Last update May 18, 2012 @ 01:10 AM

FALL RIVER- Houston has a problem. Members of the Fall River Police vice and intelligence unit, led by Detective James Elumba, raided a Warren Street apartment Wednesday and arrested Curtis Houston Jr. on a variety of drug charges. Police spokesman Detective J.D. Costa said police located 45 grams of crack cocaine, six grams of cocaine, approximately three and half pounds of marijuana, 18 tablets of baclofen, alprazolam and MDMA. He said $2,240 in cash was also confiscated from Houston’s apartment at 447 Warren St. Costa said police entered Houston’s home with a search warrant around 7:30 p.m. and first secured a 34-year-old woman, who is being summonsed on a charge of conspiracy to violate drug laws. He said Houston was then located in a common hallway and taken into custody before police entered his apartment. Houston is being charged with possession to distribute a Class D drug, possession to distribute a Class D drug in a park/playground zone, possession to distribute a Class D drug in a school zone, possession of a Class B drug, trafficking a Class B drug in a school zone, trafficking cocaine over 28 grams, conspiracy to violate drug laws and two counts of possession of a Class E drug. Email Will Richmond at wrichmond@heraldnews.com.
Read more: http://www.heraldnews.com/news/x2138760670/Drug-charges-become-a-problem-for-Houston#ixzz1x4yKFMRo