Sevan Toutounjian, a 48-year-old resident of Bellingham, Massachusetts, finds himself in legal trouble after local authorities executed a search warrant at his residence on Friday. The Bellingham Police, in collaboration with various law enforcement agencies, apprehended Toutounjian on several serious charges related to drug possession and illegal ammunition.
According to the official statement posted on the Bellingham Police Department's Facebook page, Toutounjian faces the following charges:
1. Possession to Distribute Class A, Fentanyl
2. Possession to Distribute Class B, Cocaine
3. Possession of a Class E Substance
4. Possession of Ammunition Without a License
The operation unfolded at approximately 6 a.m. on Friday, with multiple agencies working together to execute the search warrant. These agencies included the Blackstone Valley Drug Task Force, Massachusetts State Police Narcotics Section, Drug Enforcement Administration Worcester HIDTA Task Force, and the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit. The joint effort signifies the gravity of the situation and the determination of law enforcement to combat illegal drug distribution.
The search warrant was issued following a comprehensive investigation into illicit drug distribution in the area, demonstrating the commitment of local authorities to curbing drug-related issues within the community.
During the search, law enforcement officers reportedly seized what is believed to be illegal narcotics, along with an undisclosed amount of US currency, all of which will serve as crucial evidence in the case against Toutounjian.
In light of the ongoing investigation, police have not ruled out the possibility of additional charges being brought against the suspect in the future. This case underscores the collective efforts of various law enforcement agencies to maintain the safety and well-being of the Bellingham community.