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Man accused of checking car doors; Manchester police say he had drugs in his sock


September 14. 2018 10:31PM
TIMOTHY VINCENT 



MANCHESTER — A city man was arrested on drug and other charges early Friday after a police officer on foot patrol said he saw him checking car doors, then found drugs in the man’s sock during a search, police said.

Timothy Vincent, 29, no fixed address, is charged with possession of a controlled drug, illegal possession of a prescription drug, prowling or loitering and violation of bail conditions, police said.

According to a news release, Sgt. Derek Sullivan was patrolling on Pearl Street at 1:35 a.m. when he saw Vincent checking car doors before Vincent headed down an alley toward Chestnut Street.

Officer Matthew O’Connor stopped Vincent on Chestnut Street, police said, and found baggies containing heroin/fentanyl and eight Gabapentin pills in Vincent’s sock.


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