Webster Police Arrest Dudley Man For Selling Drugs Out Of His Car


Mark McDonald/Webster Police

Webster Police say that just before 1PM on Thursday, February 27th a Dudley man was arrested after what was believed to be a drug transaction take place.

A short time later, police made a motor vehicle stop and placed 34-year-old Mark McDonald into custody for Distribution of a Class B Substance (Crack Cocaine).  McDonald was transported back to the Webster Police Department where 17 grams of possible crack cocaine was located, as well as over $1000 cash.

Police had McDonald’s vehicle towed to the Webster Police station, where a search warrant for it was executed. Evidence of narcotics distribution, an unknown blue pill, and an additional 10 grams of possible crack cocaine was found in a toolbox in the bed of the truck.

Police say McDonald was charged with distribution of a class B substance, possession of a class E substance (subsequent offense) and trafficking cocaine more than 18 grams.

The suspect was held last night at the Webster Police Department on $20,040 bail and arraigned in Dudley District Court on February 28, 2020.  Police did not announce where in town the alledged drug transaction took place.


On February 27, 2020 at approximately 1248 hours, Webster Police Officers were conducting surveillance when they…

Posted by Webster Police Department Massachusetts on Friday, February 28, 2020