Brooklyn Man Arrested For Drugs After Search and Seizure Warrant Executed
This article was published on: 09/15/17 3:08 AM by Mike Minarsky
Early Thursday evening, just before 7pm, members of the Troop-D Quality of Life Task Force, The Killingly Resident Trooper’s Office, The Killingly Resident Trooper’s Office, the Statewide Narcotics Task Force – East Office, and personnel assigned to the Troop D “Danielson Barracks” executed several search and seizure warrants at #3 Quebec Square, Brooklyn, CT. The search warrants were obtained after a lengthy investigation which revealed that 29 year old Joseph Delcastillo was selling crack cocaine from his residence. Once entry was made into the residence by police personnel, a systematic search, which included K9 Ambrie, located numerous crack cocaine rocks that were pre-packaged for sale, US Currency, two digital scales, a cell phone, cutting agents, packaging materials and a facsimile firearm. Due to (2) children, who’s ages range from 1 month to 3 years of age, living in the residence, the Drug Endangered Child (DEC) protocol was followed. A Department of Children and Family Services (DCF) worker was contacted and a separate case has been initiated by DCF.
Delcastillo was transported to Troop D Danielson barracks where he was processed and placed on a $25,000 cash/surety bond and is to appear in Danielson Superior Court on 09/28/2017 for the charges of Possession of Narcotics, Possession of Narcotics WIthinyent to sell, Possession of Narcotics within 1500 Feet of a School Zone, Possession of Narcotics With intent to sell within 1500 Feet of a School Zone and Operating a Drug factory 21a-277(c).