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Report Of Liberty Lane Cocaine Sales Leads To Arrest

Police located cocaine in individual packets for sale, drug packaging, cutting agents and paraphernalia in the residence. Police also seized $18,000.00 cash from the residence.

Rogerio Martins, 26, 15 Liberty La. Clinton, CT. Photo credit: Clinton Police Department
Rogerio Martins, 26, 15 Liberty La. Clinton, CT. Photo credit: Clinton Police Department
From the Clinton Police Department: 

ARRESTEE INFO: Rogerio Martins, 26, 15 Liberty La. Clinton, Ct.

       

Arrest Location: 15 Liberty Lane.Clinton,Ct.

Arrest Date & Time: 01/22/2014  1116

 

Charges:  Possession of cocaine.

               Possession of cocaine with

               intent to sell.

               Operating a drug factory.

               Interfering with a search

               warrant.

               Possession of drug

               Parphernalia.

 

Court: Middletown Superior court on 01-23-2014 at 0900 hrs.                                                           

------------------------- Brief Summary of Incident -----------------------

On 01/22/2014 at 0819 hours members of the Clinton Police department executed a search and seizure warrant for illegal drugs(Cocaine) at 15 Liberty Lane in Clinton. This was after information was developed that the above subject was selling cocaine. Upon entry to the residence the subject attempted to hide illegal drugs he had on his person. He was secured and arrested. Police located cocaine in individual packets for sale, drug packaging, cutting agents and paraphernalia in the residence. Police also seized $18,000.00 cash from the residence.

When the accused was arrested it was determined he had two separate identifications in his possession. One for Roger Martins and another for Sandro Dias Bimini. He was finger printed through the automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS). As a result of AFIS it was determined that he had previously been arrested in 2007 for Assault with a firearm under a 3rd. name  Allen Almedia. At that time he was also deported to his native Brazil. It is unclear how he made re-entry but he has insisted his real name is Rogerio Martins and the other names are alias he used in the past.

The suspect has been charged with Possession of cocaine, Possession of cocaine with intent to sell, Operating a drug factory, Possession of drug paraphernalia and interfering with a search warrant. The US Department of immigration has also issued a detainer on Martins. Martins is being held at Clinton PD on a $250,000.00 bond and is scheduled to appear in Middletown superior court on 01-23-14 at 0900 hrs.


Editor's Note: This post was corrected on Thursday, Jan. 23 to accurately reflect the correct street name in the headline.


Reader K January 22, 2014 at 06:53 PM
Nice job Clinton PD
Phil Sengle January 23, 2014 at 08:06 AM
Police work at its best.
Bob Torcello January 23, 2014 at 09:51 AM
That's one for the good guys. Thank You CPD !!
Richard C. Onofrio January 23, 2014 at 10:20 AM
Congrats CPD!!! Great police work. Strip him of whatever you can and ship his butt back to Brazil!!
Lance Coughlin January 23, 2014 at 10:36 AM
Does he still get in state tuition rates?
Jay January 23, 2014 at 05:48 PM
Nonsense - a low level dealer gone - another will pop up next week. Where are the arrests of the buyers?

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