Two men were arrested after state police seized 400 bags of heroin from their home in Killingly, Connecticut, on Friday.
According to state police, Francisco Fraustro, 39, and David Desjardin, 32, were using their home to store, process and sell heroin.
Once state police entered the home, they located Fraustro, Desjardin and several other individuals. Police seized 400 bags of heroin pre-packaged for sale, approximately $1,300, several bags of synthetic marijuana, a digital scale and five cell phones.
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Fraustro and Desjardin were arrested without incident and were charged with Possession of Narcotics, Possession of Narcotics with Intent to Sell, and Operating a Drug Factory.
Fraustro was additionally charged with Narcotics Outside the Original Container.
Both were transported to the Troop D Danielson barracks and where they were held on $75,000. Both are to appear at the Danielson Superior Court on Tuesday.
State police say this is the third time Fraustro has been arrested for the sale of heroin in the last five months.
State police are asking anyone with information regarding the illegal sale of narcotics to call the Troop D anonymous tips line at 860-779-4950.