Danbury Man Arrested After Police Find ‘Substantial Quantities’ of Crack Cocaine and Fentanyl
According to a press release from the Danbury Police Department, alleged drug dealer Anthony "Pablo" Abrahams of Morton St. Danbury was arrested after a search and seizure warrant produced a variety of drug offenses.
After several residents complained about illicit drugs being sold in Danbury, Abrahams became a person of interest and the target of a drug investigation. Search and seizure warrants turned into surveillance of Abrahams where his behaviors were allegedly consistent with selling illegal substances.
Police say that on surveillance, he was seen meeting with suspected drug buyers on many occasions\. He would meet with the buyers at various locations, make an exchange and then take off in a matter of minutes.
On January 18, the DEA Taskforce got into position to surveil 4 Morton St. where they eventually witnessed Abrahams leaving his home and driving away. After parking in a private parking lot many miles away, he was taken into custody by investigators after a brief struggle.
After searching his car, investigators found considerable amounts of narcotics packaged and ready for sale. At the same time, police were searching his home at 4 Morton St. where they discovered sizable amounts of crack cocaine and fentanyl along with drug paraphernalia and cash.
Anthony "Pablo" Abrahams was arrested and processed and charged with two counts of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, and risk of injury to a child. He's being held on $250,000 bond.
Congratulations to the DEA Taskforce and the Danbury Police Department for a job well done!