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.