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PD: Man Tried to Dump $10K in Crack, Heroin Down Sink

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    PD: Man Tried to Dump $10K in Crack, Heroin Down Sink
    Connecticut State Police
    State police arrested a man accused of trying to get rid of $10,000 in crack cocaine and heroin down a bar sink in Killingly.

    A man wanted for violating parole was arrested at a bar on drug charges after police say he tried to dump around $10,000 in crack cocaine and heroin down a bathroom sink, according to state police.

    State police went to The Sports Page Bar, at 14 Central Street in Killingly, at 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday to find a man wanted on an outstanding warrant for probation violation, but did not find him in the bar room.

    When police checked the men’s bathroom, they found Dwayne Shannon, 31, of Danielson, trying to get rid of a large quantity of crack cocaine and heroin in the sink, police said.

    State troopers were able to recover the crack cocaine and heroin and arrested Shannon, who also had around $1,940 in cash in his pants pocket.

    Police said he had around 4.5 ounces of crack and 54 bags of heroin, which are worth around $10,000 combined.

    He was charged with possession of narcotics and possession of narcotics with intent to sell,

    He was held on a $25,000 cash and surety bond and is due in court on Wednesday.