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Quincy Police made seven arrests on Thursday after conducting a citywide drug sweep and search for suspects wanted on warrant.
According to police, officers arrested a homeless man at 1200 Hancock St. at 9:16 a.m. on Thursday who was wanted on seven different warrants.
Asa Jacob Turpin, 26, was arrested and charged on the outstanding warrants.
A short time later, police went to 10 Edgewood Circle at 9:45 a.m. looking for men wanted on warrants.
Two men were found at the house, police said.
Matthew J. McManmon, 22, from Milton, and Andrew T. Cunningham were both arrested on default warrants.
At 10:30 a.m. that morning, police conducted a raid of two separate houses believed to both be involved in the same drug operation.
According to police, Quincy Drug officers had been looking into the sale of narcotics by this party over the past year, and received search warrants for the two properties they were believed to be working out of on Thursday.
Police searched a Federal Avenue property, a Roberts Street property, and three cars, involving both the Braintree Police and Drug Enforcement Agency to help in the raids.
While waiting at the Federal Avenue property, the main suspect was stopped out front. After showing him the search warrants, the suspect was searched.
Police allegedly found 22 grams of heroin on him, 12 baggies of crack cocaine, and several prescriptions in other people’s names, including a prescription for Clonazepam, Adderall, and Suboxone.
Police also found $4,186 on the suspect.
Norman F. Juliano, 37, from Quincy, was arrested and charged with trafficking in a Class A Substance (heroin), possession of a Class B substance with intent to distribute (Crack, Adderall, Suboxone), possession of a Class C substance with intent to distribute (Clonazepam), and conspiracy to violate the controlled drug laws.
The Roberts Street property was searched simultaneously to the Federal Avenue property, and police found marijuana and heroin.
Five cell phones were confiscated as well as two motor vehicles, police said.
Stacey Jean Gillis, 29, from Quincy; Caitlyn Ann Campbell, 30, from Quincy, and Jerome D. Cromwell, 41, from Quincy were all arrested.
Gillis was charged with being present where heroin is kept, two default warrants, and violation of probation. Campbell was charged with being present where heroin is kept, and Cromwell was charged with being present where heroin is kept and a default warrant in default of a probation warrant.