Drug Operation Found In Putnam Apartment During Arrest Warrant Execution


Daniel Carroll/CT State Police Troop D

At 5PM on Friday, September 7th, members of Connecticut State Police’s Troop D Quality of Life Task Force served an arrest warrant on 32 year old Daniel Carroll at his home on Battey Street in Putnam.

The warrant was granted after Carroll was accused of spraying another man with mace at the Putnam Walmart and attempted to assault him with a baseball bat.  During the execution of the arrest warrant, State Police Personnel located crack cocaine packaged for sale in the kitchen and scales, packaging materials and cash in his bedroom.

A search warrant was issued and K-9 Ambrie was brought in to assist.  Troopers located and seized approximately 30 grams of crack cocaine, digital scales, packaging equipment, $1,500 dollars in cash and Suboxone strips. Carroll was taken into custody for possession of narcotics, possession of narcotics with intent to sell and operating a drug factory.

He was held on a $100,000 dollar cash/ surety bond and is to appear at Danielson Superior Court on Monday, September 10th on the drug charges.  Carroll was also served with the arrest warrant and was charged with assault in the 3rd degree, threatening in the 2nd degree and breach of peace and held on an additional $10,000 cash/surety bond.


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Posted by CT State Police Troop D Quality of Life Task Force on Friday, September 7, 2018