Eight-month investigation leads to narcotics arrest in Falmouth

hendricksmilteerFALMOUTH – After an eight-month investigation the Falmouth Police Department, with assistance from the Mashpee Police Department, Upper Cape Special Response Team and the Mass State Police Cape Cod Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant at an East Falmouth residence on Wednesday night. The search resulted in the seizure of heroin, cocaine, cash, ammunition and a firearm (shotgun).

Arrested at his residence was Milteer Hendricks Jr., 34, of East Falmouth. Hendricks was charged with possession of a Class A substance with intent to distribute (heroin)(subsequent offense); possession of a Class B substance with intent to distribute (cocaine)(subsequent offense); possession of a firearm without an FID card; possession of ammunition without an FID card; and violation of a gun-related offense after having been previously convicted of a violent crime or drug offense (Armed Career Criminal Act).

Mr. Hendricks was held on $25,000.00 bail until his arraignment in Falmouth Court Thursday.

Media release and mugshot furnished by Falmouth Police

Comments

  1. Please. read the next to last paragraph. and someone please convince me, with a reasonable explanation as to why he is on the street. And $25000 bail is pocket change to dealers, should be held without bail or at least $100,000 cash bail minimum.

  2. http://Al%20James says

    I’m a neighbor and happy they finally busted that house. It wasn’t very hard to understand what was going on.

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