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Fall River Couple Arrested, Charged With Trafficking Oxycodone

This past Wednesday around noon members of the Bristol County Massachusetts State Police Drug Unit executed a search warrant at a third floor apartment in Fall River. During the course of the raid officers found more than five thousand Oxycodone and Suboxone pills. This was the culmination of a two month Drug Trafficking Investigation. Arrested were Jessica Crowley and Roger Levasseur. Levasseur has been identified as a Major Massachusetts Drug Trafficker. He is being charged with Conspiracy as well as Trafficking Over Two Hundred Grams of a Class A Substance. A School Zone Violation has also been added to the charges. Levasseur is facing a seventeen year minimum mandatory sentence if convicted of these crimes. Officers also located and seized over thirteen thousand dollars cash.

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