Massachusetts State Police Arrest Cambridge Jail Sergeant on Drug Charges

Michael Dell’Isolia, a sergeant for the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department assigned to the Cambridge Jail, was arrested on Massachusetts Drug Charges for following a sting operation. He is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow in Woburn District Court on drug charges including Drug Trafficking in Cocaine.

According to the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office, Michael Dell’Isolia, who has been employed by the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department for 28 years, was under investigation by the Massachusetts State Police for several months for alleged illegal drug activities. Dell’Isolia was then contacted by an undercover Massachusetts State Police Trooper today who allegedly gave Dell’Isolia some cocaine, along with some cash. Once he accepted the drugs and money, Dell’Isolia was immediately placed under arrest for allegedly Violating Massachusetts Drug Laws.

The inference by statements of Middlesex County Sheriff, Peter J. Koutoujian, is that the investigation into Michael Dell’Isolia was initiated by the Sheriff’s internal affairs department, possibly suspecting that Dell’Isolia was allegedly smuggling drugs into the Cambridge facility. From there, the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department referred the investigation to the Massachusetts State Police.

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