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BRATTLEBORO — Four people denied felony cocaine and heroin charges Wednesday following a traffic stop earlier that morning.
Mitchell A. Harrington, 24, of Windsor; William S. Manson, 20, of Hartford, Conn.; and Felix A. Valle and Tiffany B. DeCapua, both 20, of Meriden, N.H., all pleaded innocent in Brattleboro District Court to felony charges of heroin and cocaine possession.
Valle also pleaded innocent to providing false information to police.
According to an affidavit filed with the court, shortly before 1 a.m., state police stopped Harrington on Interstate 91 in Guilford for driving 75 mph in a posted 65 mph zone.
Police said Harrington's eyes were glassy and extremely bloodshot and he appeared to be having a hard time keeping his eyes open. Police said at the time of the stop, there was an "overwhelming" amount of cigarette smoke inside the car, and on the floor of the car was a cellophane wrapper from a cigar and tobacco.
"I know based on my experience and training that subjects will use cigar paper to roll marijuana cigarettes. In order to use the cigar paper they will have to empty out the tobacco," wrote Trooper Francis J. LaBombard III in his affidavit.
LaBombard ordered Harrington out of the vehicle and asked the passengers for identification. Manson and DeCapua provided photo IDs, but Valle did not, police said. Valle identified himself as Luis Molina and police later learned Valle had a warrant out for his arrest in Connecticut.
According to court records, LaBombard asked Harrington if he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and Harrington admitted smoking marijuana that morning. LaBombard asked Harrington if he ever used heroin and Harrington said he had to get the oil changed in his car.
"I asked him what that had to do with heroin use," LaBombard wrote. "I know based upon my training and experience that subjects will try to divert the conversation when they become uncomfortable in the conversation."
LaBombard also questioned Manson, asking him where they were coming from. According to court records, Manson said they had gone to Hartford, Conn., to visit his mother and had been there for half an hour.
Based upon Harrington's condition and the fact Manson said they had driven to Hartford late at night but only stayed for half an hour, LaBombard felt there were drugs in the car and asked Harrington for permission to search his vehicle.
Police said Harrington consented to the search, whereupon police found 104 bags of heroin and 26.6 grams of cocaine. Police arrested Harrington and his passengers and charged them with felony possession of heroin and felony possession of cocaine.
Police also charged Valle with providing false information.
After pleading innocent, all four were held on bail at Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield.
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