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ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP NOT SO ROUTINE

ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP NOT SO ROUTINE

Massachusetts State Police say they have arrested three New Hampshire residents after allegedly finding drugs in their car during a routine traffic stop on Interstate 91 in Holyoke.

The car was pulled over early Tuesday morning.

A search of the vehicle turned up what appeared to be 1,600 packets of heroin and 32 half-packets and five bags of the club drug known as Molly, which has been linked to several recent deaths.

Two 19-year-old men, Mark Simeon and Zachery Stetson, both of Hinsdale, N.H., face drug trafficking charges. A juvenile girl in the car was also arrested.

Meantime, police tell the AP that they don't know if any of those arrested have hired lawyers yet.

 

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