FAIRFIELD, Conn. — An Ansonia man was arrested on drug charges after a three-month investigation in which he supplied cocaine to undercover officers on six occasions, Fairfield police said Tuesday.
Bryan Tamburrino, 25, was charged with seven counts each of sale of narcotics, possession of narcotics and possession of narcotics within 1,500 feet of a school, police said. He was held on $25,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on June 8, police said.
Fairfield and Stratford police investigated Tamburrino over three months, obtaining search warrants for his vehicle and home, police said.
Officers from both departments stopped his Audi SUV as he was driving home from Wilton, where he works as an analyst, police said. A search of the vehicle revealed a large amount of cocaine individually packaged for sale on the front passenger seat, police said.
During the investigation, Tamburrino met with and supplied cocaine to undercover officers in exchange for police funds close to either a school or a daycare center, police said.
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