Another Normal Traffic Stop Ends Up As A Drug Arrest

This article was published on: 06/28/19 2:43 AM by Mike Minarsky

On 06/27/2019 at approximately 7:26 pm, members of the Troop D – Quality of Life Task Force stopped a vehicle on Brooklyn Road in Canterbury for a motor vehicle violation. Troopers approached the car and identified the driver as 31 year old Justin Brewer of Brooklyn. While speaking with the Brewer, Troopers noticed several indicators of criminal activity and became suspicious that narcotics may be present within the car. Brewer confessed to the QLTF Troopers that he had narcotics in the car and turned over 22 bags of fentanyl. Brewer was placed under arrest and transported to Troop D where he was processed and charged with Possession of Narcotics. Brewer was released on a $50,000 bond and is to appear in Danielson Superior Court on 07/10/2019.

Brewer has been arrested many times in the past as well, for various crimes such as possession, larceny, forgery, and others dating back to October 2012

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