Jonathan Perez-Flores, 28, of Dorchester, was arrested in Dedham for 34 alleged violations of Massachusetts Drug Crimes Charges.
Perez-Flores has been charged with several counts of Drug Distribution, Unlawful Possession of Drugs, Drug School Zone Violations, Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws, Possession with Intent to Distribute Drugs.
According to the Dedham Police Department, Perez-Flores was arrested after undercover police officers had made several ‘controlled buys’ of heroin from him and after a lengthy undercover drug operation in which he was the purported target.
After allegedly engaging in a drug sale with an undercover Dedham police officers on March 4, Perez-Flores was arrested by the Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime Task Force after his car was blocked in by police vehicles. Officers reportedly had to smash Perez-Flores’ driver’s side window and forcibly remove him from the car, all while he was allegedly attempting to swallow baggies of drugs. At the time of his drug arrest, Dedham police officers allegedly recovered 19 small bags of heroin and 18 small bags of cocaine.
Following the arrest, police officers executed a search warrant at the Mattapan home of Perez-Flores’ purported supplier, where they allegedly recovered additional drugs, false identifications, a loaded gun, $10,000 in cash, and a additional drugs.
The alleged supplier, who has only been identified as “Brian”, is also facing several Massachusetts Drug Crimes Charges.
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