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Posted on: March 16, 2021

[ARCHIVED] LAWRENCE MAN CHARGED WITH DRUG TRAFFICKING

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Detective Thomas M. Cuddy
Special Assistant to the Chief/PIO
978-794-5900 Extension 647
TCuddy@lawpd.com

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The Street Narcotics Enforcement Unit is a special unit within the Lawrence Police Department. This Unit conducts operations targeting the City's quality of life issues ranging from illegal narcotics sales, prostitution and apprehending individuals at large with outstanding warrants. The Unit recently conducted a multiple narcotics operation in the Back Bay area. During those operations, the Detectives observed street level drug deals in the area in which several arrests were made.  As a result of a continued investigation into these arrests, which was conducted with assistance of the Massachusetts State Police Gang Unit and Agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration a Knox Street address was identified as the source for the narcotics that were purchased in many of these arrests.

An arrest warrant was issued for an individual who resides at that address. He was taken into custody as the Detectives observed a street level drug deal. Subsequently, a search warrant was executed at the Knox Street address. As a result approximately 1040 grams of Class A Fentanyl and 100 Grams of Class B Crack Cocaine.

 Adrian M. Aybar age 23 of Lawrence  was charged Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute as well Drug Trafficking of both Class A Fentanyl and Class B Crack Cocaine. He will be arraigned in Lawrence District Court.

Chief Vasque is grateful for the continued collaboration between the Lawrence Police Department, the Massachusetts State Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration in combating drug activity in the City.

Residents are urged to contact the Department to report drug activity by contacting the drug hotline 978-794-5918 or by emailing disorder@lawpd.com as well as Text to Tip type LAWTIP and your message, then send it to 274637 (CRIMES on most cell phones). Text STOP to 274637 to cancel. Text HELP to 274637 for help. Message and data rates may apply.

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