Auburn Police have announced a suspected heroin trafficker from Worcester was arrested on the afternoon of Friday, August 31st. Sergeant Lamoreaux of the Auburn Police Department observed a gray Honda pass his location on Southbridge Street at the AMF Bowling Alley.
Upon following the car, he viewed it pass over the double yellow lines and was follow another vehicle very closely at an unsafe distance, according to police.
The Honda was eventually stopped and was approached from the passenger side. Sergeant Lamoreaux observed visible evidence of illegal drug possession as the female operator retrieved her license and registration.
The operator, identified as 28 year old Adreinne Calandrella of Worcester, was unable to provide the name of the vehicle owner and police say she provided false answers to questions about where she was going or how she had come into possession of the car she was driving.
Officers were able to retrieve two large clear plastic bags that contained dozens of smaller knotted bags inside. Approximately 90 bags of heroin weighing 56 grams, with an estimated street value of over $5,000, was seized.
Calandrella was transported to the Worcester District Courthouse today where she was arraigned on charges of trafficking a class A Substance (Heroin) in excess of 36 grams.