Boston Police report arresting two men at Whiskey Priest Friday night after one of them allegedly sold some MDMA to an undercover officer inside the bar.
Daniel Milisi, 29, of South Boston, and Joseph Doolin, 36, of Quincy, were both charged with possession of Class B drugs with intent to distribute and conspiracy to violate drug laws, police say. Doolin was also charged with possession of Class C drugs with intent to distribute.
According to police, undercover officers arranged to buy 1.5 grams of Molly from Milisi around 7:15 p.m. outside Whiskey Priest. When they arrived, they saw Milisi walk inside the bar and then call his undercover contact to tell him to meet inside the bar:
He was located next to the women's bathroom. Officers entered the bar and approached the suspect and identified themselves at Boston Police Officers. The suspect attempted to place a small plastic bag from his hand into his mouth. Officers were able to gain control of the suspects arm and the bag fell to the floor. Officers observed white crystal like substance believed to be MDMA "Molly."
Officers subsequently approached the operator of the pick-up truck outside and observed the operator, Joseph Doolin sitting in the front seat. Officers informed suspect Doolin that his friend had been placed under arrest for violation of the drug laws and inquired if any additional drugs or weapons were located on his person or in the motor vehicle and the Doolin replied, "No". Officers requested Doolin exit the motor vehicle and he complied. Officers conducted a pat frisk and discovered a small plastic bag containing 5 whole and 2 pieces of Suboxone pills and 1 Percocet.