Police Find Heroin Bags Labeled ‘Donald Trump' During Drug Bust

Investigators say the arrests come after a lengthy investigation

Authorities in Massachusetts say two people have been arrested in connection with distributing heroin sharing a moniker with the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Fifty-five-year-old Mark Hunter and 39-year-old Seneca Johnson, both of Springfield, are facing drug charges after their arrest Wednesday afternoon.

Springfield police say narcotics detectives raided a heroin distribution house on Westford Circle after a lengthy investigation.

Investigators timed the raid to when the suspects were leaving the home that had been under surveillance.

When they arrested them, police say they found a large amount of heroin on them with the label "Donald Trump" stamped on it.

When they searched the house with a warrant, detectives found even more heroin labeled "Donald Trump." In all, police say they found a total of 193 bags.

A large quantity of cocaine, $124 in cash, drug paraphernalia and packaging material was also found during the search.

It's unclear if Hunter and Johnson have attorneys.

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