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Three New Bedford men arrested for Fentanyl distribution

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On Tuesday, May 14, around 6pm, New Bedford police officers arrested three men on Fentynal and other charges. Fentanyl was responsible for 89% of all overdose deaths in Massachusetts in 2018.

According to New Bedford Police Department arrest logs, Anthony Pina, Jerom Souza, and Paul Sheehan were arrested at 114 Mill Street, Apartment #7. All three men live in the 114 Mill Street 10-unit apartment complex, but apartment #7 is registered under Paul Sheehan and Anthony Pina. Jerom Souza lives in apartment #3.

29-year old Jerom Souza is being charged with distribution of fentanyl, possession to distribute a Class a drug – second offense (8/6/2016 – Guilty) and conspiracy to violate drug laws.

33-year old Anthony Pina and 53-year old Paul Sheehan are being charged with distribution of a class A drug and conspiracy to violate drug laws.

The apartment complex at 114 Mill Street is owned by:

GLENN A RAPOZA “TRUSTEE”
MILL REALTY TRUST
231 NORTH STREET
MATTAPOISETT, MA 02739

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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One comment

  1. I noticed that you published the landlord’s name and home address there at the end. Maybe I’m wrong, but I feel like you’re trying to insinuate that the landlord is somehow responsible for this, at least I feel that you’ve made similar statements previously. That type of thinking is enabling the people actually committing the crimes, by alleviating them of the responsibility of their own decisions and actions. BUT my point in writing this comment in the first place was to let you know that; in this case the landlord HAD been attempting to remove the tenant P. Sheehan from his building since July of 2018 through the Southeast Housing Court. The case is still active. So if you want to ACTUALLY offer solutions to this problem maybe we should start taking a look at why it is so difficult to remove tenants who are engaging in illegal activity….

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