It was no joking matter on April Fools Day for Webster Police. Officers on the overnight shift were called to an apartment at 103 North Main Street after receiving a tip of a drug transaction taking place. Webster Police Detectives conducted surveillance and observed a possible sale of narcotics.
As a result, 55-year-old Orlando Ortiz was arrested with a substance believed to be crack cocaine. While searching Ortiz’s apartment, 29-year-old Natalie Sullivan of Dudley was found to be in possession of Suboxone without a prescription. She was placed under arrest for Possession of Class B Substance.
Police say they found 8 grams of Fentanyl along with other pills and evidence associated with narcotics sales. Ortiz was charged with two counts of Distribution of Class B Substance. Two other individuals will be summoned into court for possession of Class B Substance at a later time.
Sullivan and Ortiz were arraigned at Dudley District Court on Monday, April 4th.