A Milford man was arrested early Thursday after police said they found cocaine, marijuana, steroids and guns during a raid at his house.
Members of the State Police Statewide Narcotics Task Force South Central Office, assisted by Milford Police, executed a pre-dawn narcotics search & Seizure warrant at a residence Thursday, Aug. 2, at 75 Carriage Path South.
The month-long criminal investigation concluded with the application to Superior Court for a search warrant for the residence as well as two sale of narcotics arrest warrants for the accused in this investigation, 31-year-old Thomas Brockert.
Narcotics Detectives located Brockert in the residence and he was taken into custody without incident.
Also in the house were Raymond Capozziello, 28, and Ashley Brandon, 25.
Detectives located and seized as part of the investigation over an ounce of cocaine, marijuana, $4,259 in cash, five bottles of anabolic steroids, three handguns (.22 cal Walther, .45 cal Sig Sauer, and 9mm Sig Sauer), scales, drug packaging materials and other items related to illegal narcotics sales.
Brockert was charged with numerous on-site felony narcotics violations and held on $100,000 bond. He was also charged with the two arrest warrants for sale of narcotics with court set bonds of $20,000. Brockert is being held on bond and will appear in Milford Superior Court Thursday.
Capozziello and Brandon were both issued infractions for possession of marijuana and released.
The Connecticut State Police Statewide Narcotics task force South Central Office is comprised of State Police detectives,and officers from New Haven, Orange,Woodbridge, Cheshire,and West haven police.