Worcester Police Vice Squad Makes Arrest For Trafficking In Fentanyl


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On Tuesday June 19th, Worcester Police Vice Squad officers were keeping an eye the area around Dippin’ Donuts at 1001 Main Street.

Just after 7PM they saw three people sitting inside the restaurant who appeared to be waiting for someone. They observed a truck pull up to the drive-thru line.  Inside the truck they saw 58 year old Ronald Stultz of Worcester and a female later identified as 48 year old Susan Perdomenico.

The three individuals left Dippin’ Donuts as soon as they saw the truck. One of them leaned into the truck and handed several items to the woman.  Officers observed her reach toward the center console, sit up, and examine something in her lap.  One of the males who approached the vehicle reached in and took something, and walked away.

At this point officers believed they had observed a drug deal.

Officers stopped the buyer and located one bag of what appeared to be Fentanyl in his pants pocket.  Officers then went into the vehicle and placed Ronald Stultz and Susan Perdomenico under arrest.

Four phones were found inside the vehicle as well as and 24 bags of Fentanyl, weighing approximately 14.5 grams.

Ronald Stultz and Susan Perdomenico are charged with Distribution of a Class A Substance, Trafficking in Fentanyl, and Conspiracy to Violate Controlled Substance laws and will be arraigned in Worcester District Court.