Detectives raided an Abbott Place home on Wednesday morning, arresting one man.
BROCKTON — A city man was arrested Wednesday morning after police raided his home following an investigation into a drug delivery service operating in the city.
The Brockton police Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant at 10 Abbott Place about 8 a.m.
“The raid was conducted as a result of a three-week investigation by Brockton detectives into a crack cocaine delivery service originating from the address,” said police Detective Lt. Paul Bonanca.
Police say the target of the investigation was identified as 48-year-old William Wigfall, who lives at that address. When detectives executed the search warrant on Wednesday morning, Wigfall was taken into custody.
Detectives searched the home and seized crack cocaine, paraphernalia associated with drug distribution, including packaging materials, a digital scale and cell phone, and $705 in cash, Bonanca said.
“A 2010 Mercedes C310 sedan used for drug deliveries throughout the city of Brockton was seized from 10 Abbot Place as well,” he said.
Wigfall was arrested and charged with illegal possession with intent to distribute a Class B substance (crack cocaine).
State police assisted Brockton detectives in executing the search warrant.
Wigall is expected to be arraigned Wednesday in Brockton District Court.