Bridgeport police make drug bust

BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport police say they've arrested two men who were trying to bring drugs into the city on a train.

According to police, they got a tip from a credible source that a large amount of heroin was Bridgeport-bound.

Felix Williams, 21, and Rashad Dancy, 21, are both charged with possession with intent to sell.

Bridgeport Narcotics Team Captain A.J. Perez says they recovered more than 1,000 folds of heroin and 30 grams of marijuana on the men. He says the heroin alone had a $75,000 street value.

The suspects are being held on $100,000 bonds.

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