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Sep 29, 2015 5:54 PM

Manchester police seize nearly 40 grams of crack-cocaine in undercover operation


MANCHESTER - Two men, from New York and Massachusetts, were arrested in the Queen City for allegedly selling crack cocaine.

Rayshawn Wallace, 24 of Bronx, and Michael Irving, 21 of Springfield, were arrested as part of an investigation by the Special Enforcement Division.

According to Manchester police, Wallace allegedly sold crack-coaine to an undercover officer earlier that day.

When police pulled the two over around 11 p.m., Wallace was found with more than 9 grams of cocaine and $1,891 in cash.

Irving was found with 79 individually wrapped bags of what is believed to be cocaine and estimated to be almost $3,000.

Overall, nearly 40 grams of crack was found in the BMW the pair was traveling in.

Irving and Wallace were taken into custody and charged with sale of a controlled drug.


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