NEW BEDFORD — New Bedford Police seized drugs and a handgun and arrested a city man after executing a search warrant in the North End.

On April 28, Narcotics Unit detectives executed the search warrant at 391 Tarkiln Hill Road. According to police, the detectives seized 1,175 grams of marijuana, 1.5 grams of cocaine, 59.7 grams of Oxycodone pills, 46 fentanyl pills, 702 packages of what police said is “edible THC marijuana dressed up to appear as candy."

Also seized were a 9mm Glock handgun, two ammunition clips, 15 bullets, and $13,067 in cash.

The target of the search warrant, Teagan Dauphin-Potter, 21, of 230 Hathaway Boulevard, was arrested and charged with multiple drug trafficking and firearms offenses.

Detective Jordan DaSilva investigated the case, police said.

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