Heroin Arrest

Published May 3, 2016 | Police Department | Automatically Archived on 6/18/2016

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On May 2nd at approximately 10:35 AM a concerned patron of Dunkin Donuts on Boston Post Road in Sudbury reported a male in the parking lot inside of a vehicle who appeared to be “out of it.” Officers approached a black Chevy Cruze observing a white male, later identified as Scott P. Martin (23) currently homeless, in the driver’s seat slumped over. While investigating the wellbeing of Mr. Martin a number of signs of intravenous drug use were observed. As a result of the continued investigation Mr. Martin was placed under arrest for Possession of a Class A Substance (Heroin) with Intent to Distribute. A total of 19 bags of heroin, $3,736.50 in US Currency and two cell phones were seized. He is scheduled to be arraigned at Framingham District Court Tuesday morning.

We would like to thank the concerned citizen who made it possible to make the arrest while removing the heroin from the streets and remind others to report suspicious circumstances as you never know what might result, even in Sudbury.

Heroin Arrest


Scott Nix
Chief of Police