FALL RIVER — A Fall River teenager has been arrested on drug dealing and firearm charges after police found four different types of drugs, a gun, ammunition, and a high-capacity magazine in his home.

Fall River Police said that detectives from the city's Vice and Intelligence Unit and the Major Crimes Division searched the Rodman Street home of 19-year-old Darius Hunt on July 6.

They seized four different types of suspected drugs during the search, including 59 suspected gabapentin pills, 1.3 grams of suspected fentanyl, half a gram of suspected crack cocaine, and suboxone.

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According to police, detectives also found and seized a loaded Iver Johnson revolver, a loaded large-capacity feeding device, and 9mm ammunition from the home.

Hunt was arrested on 10 charges including possession with intent to distribute class A and class B drugs, class E drug possession, and unlicensed firearm, ammunition, and large-capacity magazine possession.

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