Mass. Man Stopped in Stolen Car Faces Drug, Theft Charges

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Police say Terrence Williams was driving a stolen car when he stopped at a house on Walnut Street. He was also found in possession of drugs.

Manchester PD LogoTerrence Williams, 37, of Dorchester, Mass., was arrested June 25 by Manchester Police, after police determined he was driving a stolen car.

Terrence Williams
Terrence Williams

According to a police narrative, on June 25 just after 6 p.m., Detectives Aaron Brown and Mark Harrington, working under the Special Enforcement Division, were in the area of 92 Walnut St. when they observed a Hyundai bearing New Jersey plates stop in front of that address. They observed the driver exit the vehicle and go inside the apartment, then exit about five minutes later.

While he was inside the apartment, detectives ran the license plate and learned the Hyundai had been reported stolen in New Jersey, and that it had been entered into National Crime Information Center database by the Massachusetts State Police in April of 2014.

Police followed the Hyundai and stopped the driver in the area of Mammoth Road and Stockholm Street. The operator was identified as Terrence Williams. Police discovered  Williams was in possession of 3.2 grams of marijuana and five Suboxone strips. Suboxone is a Schedule 3 drug and listed as a prescription-only drug, typically used to treat recovering Opiate addicts.

Williams is charged with: receiving stolen property, a felony; possession of a narcotic drug; and possession of a controlled drug.

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