Brooklyn pg 12 11-9-17

BROOKLYN — A Brooklyn man was arrested Nov. 1 after warrants were executed against him and his residence.
Joseph Delcastillo, 29, of #3 Quebec Square, was charged with possession of crack cocaine with intent to sell and interfering with a police officer.
Sept. 14 Connecticut State Police executed two search and seizure warrants for Delcastillo and seized crack cocaine packaged for sale and Delcastillo was arrested and charged with several narcotics related offences.  
Delcastillo appeared in Danielson Superior Court the next day and was released on a promise to appear. 
On Oct. 4 Troop D QLTF Troopers encountered Delcastillo on the corner of Elm Street and South Main Street in Brooklyn where they suspected he was dealing crack cocaine.  
After speaking with him and patting him down, Delcastillo was released from the scene.
Shortly after, Troopers found crack cocaine on the ground where Delcastillo had been standing.  
Troopers went to his home to arrest him but he ran. 
Troopers received approval for an arrest warrant for Delcastillo for the charge of possession of crack cocaine with intent to sell.
Nov. 1 troopers waited for Delcastillo to depart his residence so they could arrest him. 
He struggled to escape when troopers attempted to put handcuffs on him.
Members of the CT State Police are committed to combating drug activity in the “Quiet Corner” and anyone with information regarding the illegal sale of narcotics and /or synthetic marijuana are encouraged to call the Troop D QLTF anonymous Tips Hotline at 860-779-4950 or message the QLTF Facebook page
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