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POSTED: 7:58 am EDT September 18, 2004 UPDATED: 8:19 am EDT September 18, 2004
BELLINGHAM, Mass. -- An alleged father-son drug dealing team from Bellingham is facing charges after police raised the family's home and found an arsenal of weapons.
Michael Tarrasky, 59, and his son Michael Tarrasky Jr., 24, pleaded not guilty Friday in Milford District Court to multiple charges arising from the raid of their home.
Tarrasky was released without bail. The younger Tarrasky was set free on $7,500 cash bail.
Bellingham police said both were arrested Thursday after police entered their home at 1:40 p.m. and found a shotgun, five long rifles, including a loaded assault rifle in the son's bedroom, 400 rounds of ammunition and three bulletproof vests.
Police also found Ecstasy, OxyContin, cocaine, more than 100 other tablets and pills, cash, and a ledger book with names of the pair's alleged customers.