STRATFORD, Conn. -- Police raided a Stratford man's home after he sold heroin to undercover officers on two occasions, according to the Connecticut Post.
Police had received information that 29-year-old Ronald Geter was selling heroin in Bridgeport and Stratford, and set up two purchases from him, the Connecticut Post reported. They then raided his home on King Street in Stratford, and battered down the door when he refused to open it, according to the Connecticut Post.
Inside the apartment they found 82 folds of heroin with his "Lady Bug" brand stamped on them, along with processing and packaging materials, police told the Connecticut Post. His two children were also in the apartment, according to the Connecticut Post.
Geter was charged with sale of narcotics, possession of narcotics with intent to sell, operating a drug factory and two counts of risk of injury to a child according to the Connecticut Post. Geter had recently completed probation after a conviction for selling drugs, the Connecticut Post reported.
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