Police on last week arrested a 23-year-old New Canaan man by warrant on a slew of drug-related offenses after a months-long investigation.
Authorities on Oct. 29 entered his Heritage Hill Road home with the New Canaan Police Department’s K-9 dog to serve a search warrant for narcotics, according to a police report.
Police had obtained the warrant following an investigation into the sale of marijuana and pot-related products out of the residence, the report said.
There, they found marijuana, a digital scale, marijuana brownies, about $230 in cash and drug paraphernalia including six bongs, 10 THC wax containers and Zip-loc bags.
The man was charged with possession of a more than .5 ounces of a controlled substance, possession of a hallucinogenic substance, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, sale of a controlled substance and controlled substance within 1,500 feet of a school or children’s day care center.
Police declined to release further information related to the arrest and said the arrest warrant application is sealed.
“New Canaan Police will continue to actively investigate the illegal use and sale of marijuana and narcotics in New Canaan,” NCPD said in the police report.
The man was released on $5,000 bond and scheduled to appear Nov. 8 in state Superior Court in Norwalk.