Waltham Men Arrested On Drug Charges In Lexington
Police reportedly found cocaine, marijuana and a double-edged knife found inside car parked in a Spring Street parking lot in Lexington.
A patrol officer checking out a vehicle parked in a private lot on Thursday, Feb. 14 in Lexington led to the arrest of two Waltham men on drug, weapons and trespassing charges.
Christopher Paul Healy, 24, of 116 Goldencrest Ave., is facing the following charges: carrying a dangerous weapon (a knife), possession of a Class D substance (marijuana) with intent to distribute, possession of a Class B substance (cocaine) and trespassing. Jeffrey Joseph Healy, 23, of 116 Goldencrest Ave., is facing charges for illegal possession of a Class B substance (cocaine).
According to the police incident report, shortly before 10 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 14, a patrol officer noticed a suspicious vehicle parked in a private Spring Street parking lot, where “No Trespassing” signs were posted.
Through the investigation, police located cocaine, marijuana and a double-edged knife in the vehicle and arrested the two men, according to a Lexington Police spokesman.
A K9 unit from Waltham also responded to the Lexington Police Station to further search the car for narcotics, but that effort did not turn up additional drugs, police said.