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Mother, son charged with running drug factory | Manchester

MANCHESTER — A mother and son were arrested this week after police said they found a drug distribution operation in their Oak Street residence.

Miosotis Davila-Serrano, 43, and Sammuel Jose Colon, 22, were both arrested Sept. 1 after officers from the East Central Narcotics Task Force executed a search and seizure warrant at 139 Oak St.

According to authorities, officers seized approximately one ounce of fentanyl, 22 grams of crack cocaine, Suboxone, packaging equipment, cutting agents, and nearly $7,500.

Both Davila-Serrano and Colon were charged with multiple drug-related offenses, including operating a drug factory and possession of controlled substances with intent to sell.

According to court records, Davila-Serrano was released from custody after posting $125,000 bond and Colon was released after posting $250,000 bond.

Both are to appear at Manchester Superior Court on Oct. 27.

The East Central Narcotics Task Force is made up of officers from Glastonbury, Manchester, South Windsor, and Vernon.

Anyone with information about illegal drug activity in the area can contact the East Central Narcotics Task Force at 860-645-5548. All calls will remain confidential.

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