Seven arrests have been made in Pembroke after a search warrant was executed at a Furnace Lane address.
Pembroke Police say that over the past six months they have been called more than 20 times to 129 Furnace Street for disturbances, multiple drug overdoses, and a recent home invasion.
On Tuesday, members of the Pembroke Police and the Old Colony Police Anti-Crime Task Force executed a search warrant and took seven people into custody — heroin, “molly” and drug related items were taken.
All except one person gave their address as 129 Furnace Lane, Pembroke.
Facing the most serious charges is 29 year old Ryan Lavalley: he is charged with possession of a class-a drug (heroin), possession with intent to distribute a class a drug (heroin), and possession with intent to distribute a class-c drug (molly).
Five people are charged with being present where heroin is kept, they are 51 year old Sheila Sekenski, 57 year old Daniel Staples, 22 year old Anita Cassandra Devito, 20 year old Kaitlyn Crowley and 30 year old Eric Sullivan.
22 year old Tyler Kane, of Plymouth Street in Pembroke is charged with being present where heroin is kept as well as failing to appear in court.
LaValley was ordered held on 5-thousand dollars cash bail.