The 7-Eleven on Pleasant Street in Holyoke. (Google).
HOLYOKE, MA (WSHM) -
Holyoke police arrested four people from Berkshire County on heroin charges Sunday afternoon after a detective had been watching their car parked at the 7-Eleven on Pleasant Street.
The detective, who was dressed in plainclothes and drove an unmarked vehicle, arrested them just before 5 p.m., according to our media partner MassLive.
Stanley Sumy, 42, of 6 White Terrace, Apt. 9, Jami Emery, 34, of 156 Waconah St., and Dean Demary, 42, Pecks Road, Apt. 6, all of Pittsfield, were charged. Eric E. Guerrin, 27, of 620 North St., Dalton was also charged.
They were charged with possession of heroin, conspiracy to violate drug law, and possession of heroin with intent to distribute.
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