Update with details: Wareham residents charged with trafficking Fentanyl, cocaine
On Wednesday, Sept. 6, police arrested two Wareham residents on charges of trafficking Fentanyl and cocaine, Wareham Police reported.
Jade Enright, 43, and Tarah Covell, 42, were arrested at 3040 Cranberry Highway #36, East Wareham after police obtained a search warrant for evidence related to several armed robberies that occurred in town last year.
At the residence, police seized five boxes of sandwich bags, three digital scales, two small glass jars with powders consistent with cocaine and fentanyl, a large kitchen knife that was stored in a bedroom and a total of $773 in cash, according to the police report.
While on scene, police also found several containers with powers and residues consistent with cocaine and fentanyl, a burnt glass pipe, scraps of burnt foil and blue surgical masks resembling those used in the robberies, according to the police report.
In total, police found 20.68 grams of a large off-white chunky substance suspected to be crack cocaine, 20 grams from bags containing off-white and dark colored powders, one gram of white powder from a glass jar, one gram of brown powder from a glass jar and one gram of brown powder from a plastic jar, according to the police report.
Enright and Covell were arraigned in Wareham Fourth District Court and pleaded not guilty on Sept. 6.