5 arrested in Wareham after parking lot drug complaints

Apr 12, 2018

Wareham Police arrested five people this past week on heroin charges after receiving complaints about drug dealing in a convenience store parking lot.

Two men, David Daggett, 31, of East Wareham, and Carlos Gonzalez, 30, of East Wareham, were arrested on April 5. On April 11, two men, John Sulfaro, 29, of Onset, Ronald Cappola, Jr., 23, of Plymouth, and one woman, Rachel Silva, 21, of Kingston, were arrested.

All were arrested following police surveillance of the 7-Eleven on Barker Road in East Wareham.

Police said on April 5, detectives saw Daggett and Gonzalez meet in the parking lot and then enter the woods behind the store to conduct a suspected drug transaction. Both then entered a car, which was searched and found to have what police believed to be heroin. Daggett was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Class A substance (heroin) and conspiracy to violate the controlled substance act. Gonzalez was charged with the same.

On April 11, detectives were again conducting surveillance and observed what appeared to be a drug transaction involving three people in two cars. A search of the cars uncovered what appeared to be heroin, Suboxone and $1,568 in cash.

Sulfaro and Cappola were both charged with possession of a Class A substance (heroin) and conspiracy to violate the controlled substance act. Silva was charged with possession of a Class B substance (Suboxone) and conspiracy to violate the controlled substance act.

 

John Sulfaro (Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department)
Rachel Silva (Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department)
Ronald Cappola, Jr. (Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department)
Carlos Gonzalez (Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department)
David Daggett (Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department)
Comments (6)
Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | Apr 12, 2018 15:47

Great job and many thanks to the Wareham Police!  If they can catch this many of them from one place in such a short time, imagine just how much of this activity goes on!  Sad and disgusting.  Oh yea, they must have got the  female's age wrong.  She looks 12 not 21.  Look at the little kid!  Mom & Dad must be proud!



Posted by: Spherebreaker | Apr 12, 2018 17:20

So glad they apprehended these thugs.



Posted by: rhbinma | Apr 12, 2018 20:07

Just watch and look in any of the parking lots you will see plenty.



Posted by: Spherebreaker | Apr 13, 2018 08:18

I have seen stuff happen at the CVS /Dunkins lot on Main street



Posted by: shop247 | Apr 13, 2018 08:33

It happens at the cemetery too.



Posted by: Steve Holmes | Apr 13, 2018 13:13

Great job once again to our Police, but also to the person that reported this activity. Its a sad state when young people feel this is the only thing they have in life, with soo many opportunities today, they choose drugs. These 5 are so young, and could have a very promising future, I hope this event turns at least one of them around, and that their family gets involved and gets them the help they need. Because if someone does not step in, we could very possibly see them next in the obituaries.



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