Police: Drug Dealers Used Shriver Home on Cape Cod

Police on Cape Cod say two men were dealing fentanyl out of a home owned by the Shriver family without the family's knowledge.

Barnstable police charged Troy Monteiro and Trevor Rose with multiple drug crimes Wednesday. Authorities say they seized more than 200 grams of fentanyl worth about $40,000.

Police allege Monteiro and Rose used the Shriver's home in Hyannisport as a base of operations with the help of the property's caretaker, whose name was not released. Police also say Monteiro's girlfriend and driver, 26-year-old Ariel Price-Perry, tried to destroy evidence. She faces controlled substance charges as well as a charge of impeding an investigation.

Records show the property is owned by a limited liability corporation managed by Robert Sargent "Bobby" Shriver III, son of the late Sargent and Eunice Kennedy Shriver.

It wasn't immediately clear if Monteiro and Rose have lawyers who could respond to the allegations.

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