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Holyoke police make drug arrest

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HOLYOKE, MA (WSHM) -

Holyoke police say they chased down a South Hadley man and found him with cocaine, heroin and marijuana Thursday.

Officers were chasing Justin Stack and another man and say Stack burst into an Elm Street apartment to try and get away.

Police tacked on a breaking and entering charge for that along with charges related to selling cocaine and heroin and doing it near a school or park.

Stack was arrested and charged with the following:

  • B&E daytime for a felony
  • Trespass
  • Possession to distribute Class A (heroin)
  • Possession to distribute Class B (cocaine)
  • Drug violation near school/park

In his possession Stack reportedly had:

  • 281 bags of heroin
  • 8 baggies cocaine
  • .31 ounces of marijuana

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