New Bedford Police Department charge 29-year old man with trafficking methamphetamine

“New Bedford police detectives have arrested a man who was trafficking over 100 grams of methamphetamine.

On Thursday, June 16, detectives executed a search warrant for 52 Court Street #2RR with the target being Jared Debarros, 29. While searching the apartment, detectives seized three plastic bags of methamphetamine tablets weighing 114.3 grams, eight additional tablets of methamphetamine, 10 suboxone strips, packaging materials, digital scales, and $12,826.

While searching Debarros’s vehicle, $11,900 was found in the middle console, and an Adderall pill was found on him which he did not have a prescription for.

His brother, Joshua Debarros, 27, of 358 Smith Street #A, was with him at the time of the raid and was found with two active warrants and was arrested.

Jared was arrested and charged with possession to distribute a class B drug and trafficking 100 grams or more of methamphetamine.

He was previously convicted of an assault with intent to murder for a shooting incident in 2010 and was sentenced to eight to 10 years, and was released in 2018.” -New Bedford Police Department.

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