New London police bust 4 for crack dealing

JoQuin Riley, Rayquaiwn Riley, Anthony Hodges and Sydney Zeppieri. (New London police photos)

A warrant served at an address in New London yielded four arrests for drug dealing, according to New London detectives.

Police said they arrested JoQuin Riley, 21, Rayquaiwn Riley, 22, Anthony Hodges, 21, and 20-year-old Sydney Zeppieri.

Detectives said around noon, they served the search and seizure warrant at 10 Sherman Street Monday after an investigation that spanned several months.

They said they found crack cocaine, packaging material and processing material.

The four people arrested in the home are all live there.

JoQuin Riley was charged with possession of narcotics, operating a drug factory, interfering with a search warrant, risk of injury to a minor. In a separate warrant, he was charged with possession of narcotics, two counts of sale of narcotics and two counts of sale of narcotics within 1,500 feet of a school.

Rayquaiwn Riley was charged with possession of narcotics, possession with intent to sell, operating a drug factory, interfering with a search warrant, destruction of evidence during a search warrant and risk of injury to a minor.

Hodges was charged with possession with intent to sell, possession of narcotics, operating a drug factory and risk of injury to a minor.

Zeppieri was charged with interfering with a search warrant and risk of injury to a minor.

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