Four men were arrested in Norwood Wednesday on a "variety of drug charges" including possession and distribution of Marijuana and LSD, according to a statement from the Norwood Police.
The arrests by Norwood Police detectives and other members of the Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime (NORPAC) Detectives Unit, concluded a narcotics investigation that began months ago when Officer David Eysie and Norwood detectives learned that Stephen Petrosh, 18 of 110 Pellana Rd., was dealing Marijuana from his home.
On Oct. 24 detectives executed a search warrant at Petrosh’s home.
Petrosh and three others identified as Joseph T. Carbone III, 18, of Scituate, Joseph A. Spaziani III, of Weymouth, and Justin T. Schrekenghaust, 20, of 14 Cross St. in Norwood were arrested on scene. Police said that in addition to the drugs detectives also seized cash, weapons, scales and items used in the packaging and distribution of drugs.
Petrosh, Carbone, and Spaziani were each charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute a Class B (LSD); Possession with Intent to Distribute Class C (Psilocybin); Possession with Intent to Distribute Class D (Marijuana); Possession of Class E for unlawfully possessing prescription pills (Ritalin, Lyrica and Varenicline), and Unlawful Possession of Ammunition without an FID Card under. Schrekenghaust was charged with Possession of Class B (LSD).
Petrosh already had pending charges in Concord District Court (from earlier in October) for possession of Class B, C, and Distribution of Class D.
All four were released on bail and were scheduled to be arraigned in Dedham District Court on Thursday morning.
The NORPAC Task Force serves the Norfolk County towns of Canton, Dedham, Foxborough, Medfield, Millis, Needham, Norfolk, Norwood, Plainville, Sharon, Stoughton, Walpole, Westwood, Wellesley and Wrentham. It has been in existence since 1987.