WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A West Springfield man is facing drug charges after police allegedly found various drugs both on him and inside his residence.
According to the West Springfield Police Department, on Monday at 5:15 p.m. officers arrested Gregorio Ramos-Rivera during a traffic stop after a month-long drug investigation.
Police said Ramos-Rivera was found with 100 bags of heroin that was stamped “Super Fly” and $1,749 in cash.
Officers then searched the residence Ramos-Rivera was seen leaving before driving away and allegedly found additional drugs including 11 grams of crack cocaine, another 75 bags of heroin stamped “Super Fly” and “Escobar”, gabapentin, oxycodone, and marijuana.
Police also allegedly found $300 in cash, drug packaging, distribution materials, materials used to make crack cocaine, and three pistol-style BB guns.
Ramos-Rivera is facing the following charges:
- Possession to distribute a class B drug (second offense)
- Possession to distribute a class A drug (second offense)
- Possession of a class A drug (second offense)
- Possession of a class B drug (second offense)
- Possession of a class D drug
- Possession of a class E drug
- Suspended license
- Motor vehicle offenses