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Oct 31, 2016 5:13 PM

Convicted killer busted in Manchester drug raid going back to jail


One of the men arrested in a Manchester drug raid earlier this year was in court on Monday.

READ: Manchester drug raid nets 3 arrests, seizure of $35,000 worth of fentanyl, heroin, more

Orlando Correa Arroyo, 47, is charged with resisting arrest, two counts of sale of a controlled drug and possession with intent to distribute. He and two other men were arrested after a Manchester SWAT team and detectives uncovered a drug trafficking operation at a Lake Avenue apartment.

510 grams of fentanyl, with a street value of $30,000; 40 grams of Cocaine, with a street value of $1,600; 78 grams of Heroin with a street value of $2,800; and 20.6 grams of Crack-Cocaine, with a street value of $1,000; were found inside of the apartment.

Correa Arroyo is a convicted murderer who served 12 years in state prison for the 1999 stabbing death of Jose Becerril.

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