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    Business Analyst Accused of Selling Cocaine
    Fairfield Police

    An Ansonia business analyst is accused of selling cocaine, police said.

    Bryan Tamburrino, 25, who works as an analyst for the microelectronics company, ASML in Wilton, was arrested following a months-long investigation launched by Fairfield and Stratford police. 

    During the investigation, Tamburrino met and supplied undercover officers with cocaine for money on six different occasions within close proximity to a school or daycare, Fairfield Police said. 

    Police said they obtained search warrants for Tamburrino's car and home. Tamburrino was stopped while leaving his job at ASML and police found a large amount of cocaine packaged for sale on the passenger front seat of his Audi SUV, according to police. 

    Tamburrino is accused of seven counts of sale of narcotics, seven counts of narcotics possession and seven counts of possessing narcotics within 1,500 feet of a school.

    His bond was set to $25,000 and he is expected to appear in court on June 8.