State Police Quality of Life Task Force make Narcotic Arrest in the “Quiet Corner”
This article was published on: 08/12/16 5:28 PM by Mike Minarsky
Danielson, CT. (August 12, 2016): State Troopers assigned to the Troop D-Danielson Quality of Life Task Force arrested a Killingly man following a narcotic-related Search and Seizure warrant.
On August 11, 2016 at approximately 8:20 p.m., troopers assigned to the Troop D Quality of Life Task Force, the Killingly Resident Trooper’s Office, and the Statewide Narcotics Task Force – East Office executed a narcotics-related Search and Seizure warrant at 66 West Palmer Street in Danielson.
The search warrant was obtained after a lengthy investigation by the Troop D Quality of Life Task Force revealed that Steven Beaudreau was selling heroin from his residence. Troopers entered Beaudreau’s residence and secured the scene. Simultaneously, other troopers conducted a traffic stop of Steven Beaudreau on Reynolds Street and detained him on based on a search warrant for his person. Beaudreau was transported back to his residence where a systematic search of the house was conducted.
Through the course of the search troopers located numerous bags of heroin pre-packaged for sale, cash, a digital scale and a cell phone, all of which were seized and transported to Troop D where it was held as evidence.
As a result of the search, Steven Beaudreau was taken into custody and transported to Troop D where he was fingerprinted and photographed. Beaudreau was held on bond pending his court date.