Carver: Police find safe full of drugs in suspect’s car

A drug bust in Carver this week netted heroin, cash, hypodermic needles, and prescription drugs.

Carver police responded to what was described as suspicious activity behind the CVS on North Main St. on Tuesday. Two suspects in two vehicles were searched, with the help of the Plymouth County sheriff’s department, where they found 34 bags of heroin, over $2,000 in cash, needles and other drug paraphernalia.

They also found something unusual, according to Carver Police Chief Mike Miksch.

“While the officers were searching the vehicle they actually found a safe behind the driver’s seat of a truck. The safe was locked; they got a search warrant from Wareham District Court to open the safe. Subsequently they found 250 bags of heroin, a scale, a small amount of marijuana, and the prescription drug Xanex in the safe.”

Police arrested 26-year-old Steven Oicles, of Carver and 22-year-old Kyle Foster, of Kingston. They are facing a number of charges, including possession of a class A substance (heroin), possession with intent to distribute a class A substance (heroin), trafficking in a class A substance, as well possession of a class C and class E substance.

Bail was set at $2,500 bail.

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