CT Man Nabbed With Kilo Of Cocaine, Guns During Parole Test, Police Say

A 24-year-old Connecticut man was arrested during a probation test for allegedly possessing over a kilo of cocaine, 137 grams of crack cocaine, Xanax bars and weapons.

Kevin Santos, 24, of Waterbury, was caught by Connecticut State Police and Waterbury Police Department on Friday, April 15, and was conducting a probation check, Connecticut State Police said.

In the course of the investigation, police officers discovered approximately 137 grams of cocaine, 4.8 grams of crack cocaine and 29 Xanax bars, state police said.

During a search of Santos’ residence officials, police officers found a loaded Colt Python .357 revolver and a loaded 9mm Ruger EC9S semi-automatic pistol in his bedroom, police added.

The drugs and weapons were confiscated during the searches.

Connecticut State Police

Santos was arrested on multiple firearms and drug charges and held on bail for $ 500,000.

The Waterbury Police Gangs Unit received a warrant to search one of the bays in the house’s garage based on the information gathered during the arrest and found one kilogram of cocaine during a search.

Click here to sign up for Daily Voice’s free daily email and message notifications.

Comments are closed.