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    10 Arrested Following Drug Bust at Hartford Restaurant
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    Hartford Police have arrested ten people after a drug bust at a restaurant on Monday.

    Detectives conducted a plain clothes narcotics operation at the Bean Pot Restaurant on Park Street.

    As a result of the operation, ten adults were arrested for narcotics-related or trespassing-related charges, officers said.

    According to detectives, officers found numerous packages of fentanyl, crack cocaine, cocaine and marijuana. Several suspects were also found to have active warrants, which were served during the booking process.

    Peter Boccacio, 50, of East Hartford, is facing possession of narcotics and criminal trespass charges.

    Carl Jones, 37, of East Hartford, is facing multiple charges including possession of narcotics, sale of narcotics and criminal trespass.

    John Gray, 37, of New Hartford, is facing possession of narcotics charges.

    Alberto Rodriguez, 20, of Hartford, is facing operating a suspended license, operating an unregistered motor vehicle and misuse of registration charges.

    Luis Galindez, 49, of Hartford, is facing possession of narcotics and possession of a controlled substance charges.

    Christopher Ayala, 28, of Hartford, had two warrants for charges including criminal trespass, interfering with police, possession of a controlled substance, operating a suspended license, failure to register registration and failure to appear.

    Kirk Marshall, 31, of Bristol, is facing possession of narcotics and criminal trespass. He also had two warrants for charges including identity theft, larceny, forgery and failure to appear.

    Rosemary Soto, 49, of Unionville, is facing possession of narcotics and criminal trespass charges.

    David Castellano, 43, of Hartford, is facing charges including operating a suspended license, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, misuse of registration, no insurance and trespass.

    Luis Ramos, 48, of Hartford is facing possession of narcotics and criminal trespass charges.

    The operation was conducted in an effort to address the ongoing open air narcotics complaints that plague the area, reported by business owners, according to police.