Three Arrested After Drugs Found in Wareham Home
Wareham Police have arrested three people after executing a search warrant Monday.
Police searched the residence at 11A Sawyer Street as the result of an investigation involving the possession and distribution of illegal drugs from that address, which is within 1,000 feet of Wareham High School.
Police found 42 unidentified pills in the bedroom of 27-year-old Dylan Huntoon-Walsh, along with nearly five grams of cocaine, eight grams of heroin, various drug paraphernalia, and Inositol, which is commonly used as a cutting agent for illegal drugs.
Also arrested on scene was 34-year-old Natasha Winslow of Medford, and 34-year-old Justin Beltran of Boston. Winslow was found to be in possession of nine pills identified as Hydrocodone and Clonazapam.
Huntoon-Walsh faces charges of possession of Class A, B, and E substances with intent to distribute, and drug violation within a school zone.
Winslow is charged with possession of a Class B substance and was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Beltran was also arrested on an outstanding default warrant.
All three individuals have been arraigned at Wareham District Court.