Police: Ronald Taranto, 29, accused of running drug factory in apartment

Stamford police say a man is facing charges this morning for running a drug factory out of his apartment. They say officers searched the apartment

Police say they found cocaine, marijuana, heroin and prescription drugs when they searched Taranto's apartment.

Police say they found cocaine, marijuana, heroin and prescription drugs when they searched Taranto's apartment. (12/22/13)

NORWALK - Stamford police say a man is facing charges for allegedly running a "drug factory" out of his apartment.

They say officers searched the apartment of Ronald Taranto, 29, on Palmer Street last week, where they found cocaine, marijuana, heroin and prescription drugs.

Detectives say they had been investigating Taranto for several weeks after receiving complaints from his neighbors.

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