According to the district attorney in Massachusetts, a man provided his cellmate narc0tics, and the cellmate later di*d while in police custody in Lawrence. A man who is now in police custody in Massachusetts is facing an extra charge after he was allegedly accused of selling dr*gs to another man.
A person was sharing a cell with him at the headquarters of the Lawrence Police Department before that man p@ssed aw@y. According to Paul Tucker, the Essex County District Attorney, and Michael McCarthy, the head of the Lawrence Police Department, Javier Garcia, 49, of Lawrence.
He was arrested over the weekend for disorderly conduct. He was charged with distributing a Class A substance as authorities continued to investigate the de@th of Christian Marte-Martinez, who was 25 years old.
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The investigation into the de@th of Christian Marte-Martinez is being conducted as authorities investigate the de@th of Javier Garcia. At one thirty-fifteen in the morning on Saturday, Marte-Martinez, also a resident of Lawrence, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and malicious destruction of property.
He was then placed into a cell at the police headquarters. According to the authorities, Garcia was detained and placed in the same cell. At roughly five in the morning, law enforcement officers located Marte-Martinez unresponsive in the holding cell, as stated by Tucker and McCarthy.
Before transporting him to Lawrence General Hospital, the officers began cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and other procedures to save his life; however, he was pronounced de@d upon arrival. As early as Monday morning, Garcia is scheduled to have his arraignment over the dr*g distribution charge in Lawrence District Court.
The de@th of Marte-Martinez is still being looked at by state police detectives from Tucker’s office and detectives from the Lawrence Police Department.
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