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A lot of pot: Investigation at Dorchester hotel ends with drug seizure, arrest

Marijuana, edibles, fentanyl and cash

Boston Police report an investigation into drug dealing at the Ramada Inn on Morrissey Boulevard ended with the arrest of a Randolph man Friday afternoon and the seizure the next day of "1,124 fentanyl pills, 40 large bags of marijuana, 3 bags of packaged marijuana edibles as well as $10,643 in U.S. Currency."

Randell Glenn, 25, faces several charges, including trafficking and distribution of marijuana.

Police did not specify if the drugs and cash were seized at the hotel or elsewhere.

Innocent, etc.

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Why do you think JP parents look so mellow?

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Deal from a hotel and it's like we are anonymous.!
The police will never figure it out.
I'd call them dumb but that would be an insult to dumb people.

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hey 1963 called it's thrilled about the prioritization of valuable police resources

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I understand trolling Carty but as a Neponset resident I am very thankful the BPD was able to remove such a lethal substance from my neighborhood.

THANK YOU MAYOR JANEY AND THE BPD.

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once again does great job vetting its clientele. Green Money? Check In.

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If someone shows up and has an ID, a valid CC and isn't like, bleeding or acting crazy, can they refuse to offer a room? It's not the Ritz.

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If someone shows up and has an ID, a valid CC and isn't like, bleeding or acting crazy, can they refuse to offer a room? It's not the Ritz.

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I don't worry about marijuana but fentanyl kills people, so I do worry about dealers selling that.

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It makes no difference what worries you. Part of marijuana legalization is intended to remove the underground market. Legal vendors spend a fortune to be in compliance with state regulations, and they pay taxes to our state. Illegal vendors do not.

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Legal vendors who pay an arm and a leg should already have known how cheap and easy it always has been to not leave the house and get it delivered in 10 minutes without the hassle. And as far as fentanyl goes, don't get mad at the street dealer or the addict. Do something about the manufacturers of it.

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Get behind me Satan ! Addiction is a huge money making business.

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