Resident Complaints Lead to Search Warrant and Three Arrests

Cops seize suspected heroin, cocaine, cash and a cell phone...
John Lyons, age 43, of Wareham is one of three arrested during a warrant search on Monday. (WPD booking photo)

After receiving multiple citizen complaints Wareham Police Detectives began an investigation of suspected illegal drug activity at 67 Jefferson Shores Road. Detectives gathered information and obtained a search warrant for the residence.

On Monday, June 24, at about 11:00 a.m. while detectives were conducting surveillance they observed three people leave the home in a vehicle which the detectives boxed in by the entrance to Jefferson Shores Road. Detectives announced that they were serving a search warrant and the three were placed in custody. Located in the vehicle were several baggies of suspected heroin and a white powder consistent with cocaine. In addition, the detectives located a large amount of cash and a cell phone.

After the suspects were arrested, detectives and patrol officers conducted a raid at the residence and collected more evidence of illegal drug activity, including two digital scales. During the course of the investigation it was determined that people who wanted to purchase narcotics would park at another location and walk along the beach to access the home.

Acting Chief John Walcek said, “While people thought they were not being noticed attempting to buy illegal drugs, our detectives were making careful and covert observations to obtain a search warrant and put an end to the suspected illegal activity.”

 

The following were arrested and charged;

 

John Lyons, 43, of 67 Jefferson Shores Road, charged with conspiracy to violate drug laws.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Latoya Johnson, 34, of 67 Jefferson Shores Road, charged with possession of a Class “A” drug with intent to distribute and possession of a Class “B” drug with intent to distribute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shauna Ramos, 38, of 67 Jefferson Shores Road, charged with conspiracy to violate drug laws and operating after suspension of driver’s license.   


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