State Police seize firearms, narcotics during Greenfield traffic stop
GREENFIELD, Mass. (WGGB/WSHM) - Three people were arrested in Greenfield last Monday night during a routine traffic stop after Massachusetts State Police discovered two handguns and a large quantity of a combination of substances suspected to be crack cocaine, powder cocaine, and fentanyl.
None of the vehicle’s occupants, which included a 32-year-old man and two juveniles, were licensed to carry firearms.
In total, 113 grams of suspected cocaine, 1,650 packages containing a combined 33 grams of suspected heroin, and two scales commonly used in the packaging and distribution of narcotics were located.
32-year-old Richard Meinzer of Killington, Vermont, was charged with trafficking in fentanyl and cocaine, conspiracy to violate drug laws, illegal possession of a firearm, and others.
Both juveniles face similar charges.
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