BROCKTON (CBS) — A Brockton couple was on their way to get married when they were arrested on drug charges Wednesday. Daniel Zapata de los Santos and Angelixs Martinez-Zayas, 20, are accused of selling drugs out of their Belmont Street apartment.
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“Police searched an apartment on the third floor and confiscated 105 grams of Fentanyl and more than 50 grams of crack cocaine from a bathroom shelf. They also seized a digital scale, and an ID for Daniel Zapata de los Santos,” said police.
They also believe Zapata de los Santos forged a driver’s license from Puerto Rico.
Police said, “Shortly after 11:00 a.m. we arrested Zapata de los Santos along with his girlfriend during a motor vehicle stop at Warren Avenue and Hervey Streets. It was at that time that police notified them of the search warrant, and they’re impending arrest on drug charges.”READ MORE: 'Unfortunate that it came to this,' Brookline school teachers go on strike
Both were charged with five counts of distribution of a Class A drug, two counts of trafficking fentanyl, trafficking cocaine, and conspiracy to violate drug law.
Zapata de los Santos also faces charges related to his driver’s license: two counts of forging an RMV document, possession of a false/stolen RMV document, and identity fraud.
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The Department of Children and Families was notified.