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Department of Emergency Services &
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Connecticut State Police
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Connecticut State Police Patch
Dr. Dora B. Schriro
Colonel Alaric J. Fox
Deputy Commissioner
Division of State Police


            Bridgeport, CT. (July 13, 2016): State Police detectives from the Connecticut State Police Statewide Narcotics Task Force arrested one person following a search and seizure warrant in Bridgeport.

            On July 13, 2016, at approximately 5:00 a.m., the Connecticut State Police Statewide Narcotics Task Force (SNTF), with the assistance of the Bridgeport Police Emergency Services Unit, served a Search and Seizure Warrant at 28 Bell Street in Bridgeport.

            The warrant was the result of an investigation into the sale of prescription pills by Miriam Almourtada-Cotto.  Detectives conducted a search of the residence, which is located within 1500 feet of Harding High School, and located hundreds of prescription pills and a number of handguns and rifles.

            Almourtada-Cotto was taken into custody and transported to Troop G-Bridgeport where she was fingerprinted and photographed.  Almourtada-Cotto was released after posting bond pending her court date. on a $100,000.00 Non-Surety Bond and will appear at the Bridgeport Superior Court on July 27th, 2016.

            The investigation into the firearms continues.

Arrested:   Miriam Almourtada-Cotto (DOB 8/13/66)

                28 Bell St.

                Bridgeport, CT

Charges:     Sale of Narcotics,

                  Sale of a Controlled Substance,

                  Sale of Narcotics within 1500 feet of a School,

                  Possession of Narcotics with the Intent to Sell, and Not

                  Failure to Keep Prescriptions in their Proper Containers

Court:         Bridgeport Superior Court

                  July 27, 2016

Bond:         $100,000.00


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