Detective Brendan Collins previously secured an arrest warrant for Andre Roberts of 515 West Ave. in Norwalk. This stemmed from an investigation into a home invasion that occurred on Nov. 23, 2017 at 7 Midwood Road.
At the time of the home invasion, Roberts was a resident of 7 Midwood Road, police said.
During the investigation, detectives seized 700 Xanax pills, 1.5 pounds of marijuana packaged for sale, $9,000 cash and numerous plastic bags consistent with those used to package marijuana for sale.
These items were seized from Andre Roberts’ room, police said after arresting him on Tuesday, March 13.
Subsequently, Officer David Geismar of the Special Services Division conducted a lengthy investigation into Roberts’ drug dealing within Norwalk. Multiple controlled purchases of marijuana were conducted from Roberts. As a result of the investigation, search warrants were issued for Roberts, his vehicle and his residence at 515 West Ave.
During the joint operation, investigators arrested Roberts outside of 515 West Avenue. At the time of his arrest, he was in possession of 1.12 pounds of marijuana packaged in thirty-five individual bags for street sale and cash.
A subsequent search of Roberts’ vehicle and apartment yielded marijuana wax, vape pens used to ingest the wax, marijuana edibles and additional cash. Roberts also had a stun gun in his vehicle. A total of $897 cash was seized.
Charges include: Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession with Intent to Sell, Sale of Controlled Substance, Possession Drug Paraphernalia and Conspiracy.
Roberts' bail bond was set at $25,000.
Additional charges from his Special Services arrest include: Possession Controlled Substance, Possession Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell, Possession of Controlled Substance within 1,500 feet of a Daycare center, Possession of a Weapon in a Motor Vehicle, Interfering with Police Officer and Breach of Peace.
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