BOSTON (WWLP) – A man from Braintree was sentenced for trafficking cocaine and illegally possessing ammunition.
According to the Department of Justice, Martin Angomas, 32, was charged with 23 others in June of 2020 as part of Operation Snowfall – a multi-year investigation into drug trafficking activities allegedly run by Boston-based street gang members.
Angomas was identified as a drug distributor and supplier. Both Angomas and his co-defendant Hassan Monroe, a wholesale supplier and distributor within the DTO worked together. Monroe would be given cocaine and then provide to Kenji Drayton, one of the DTO’s principal suppliers and distributors.
One day, Angomas and Monroe met at an agreed location and were seen going inside a vehicle and driving to Drayton to make a deal. They left in two different vehicles.
During a search of his home, ammunition, cocaine, two loaded guns, and over $360,000 were recovered. He was the 12th defendant to be sentenced to four years in prison and three years of supervised release.