A months-long investigation into heroin and Oxycodone in Acton and Boxborough has led to the arrest of a Boston man and the seizure of a cache of drugs with a street value of $50,000 plus another $65,000 in cash, according to police.
The arrest last week of Frantz Cantave, 26, of 24 Thompson St., Hyde Park, came after a two-month investigation by the Acton Police Department's Drug Unit, along with Boxborough Police Detectives and agents from the Boston Field Division of the DEA, police said.
Cantave is facing multiple charges, including trafficking a Class A controlled substance (heroin), trafficking a Class A controlled substance (Oxycodone) and conspiracy to violate controlled substance act, according to police.
Here's the full text of Acton PD's press release announcing the arrest:
On Wednesday, Sept. 18, a two month long investigation into heroin and Oxycodone distribution in the Towns of Acton and Boxborough was brought to a conclusion. The investigation resulted in the seizure of over 180 grams of Heroin, 800 Oxycodone pills with an estimated street value of approximately $50,000, and approximately $65,000 in cash. The Acton Police Drug Unit along with Boxborough Police Detectives, and Agents from the Boston Field Division of the DEA were involved in this investigation. The Suffolk County District Attorney’s office will be prosecuting the case.
Arrested – Frantz Cantave, 26 of 24 Thompson St. Hyde Park, Boston, charged with Trafficking a Class A controlled substance, Heroin. Trafficking a Class A controlled substance, Oxycodone. Conspiracy to violate controlled substance act.
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