MAP: The 'Maplewood Gang' Raids, In Detail

Did police make arrests in your neighborhood? Check out our interactive map for more information on the city's bust of an alleged $1 million drug ring. Simply click on the red points for more details about each location.

Note: Click the red pins above for details on the police raid at that location. 

For more information on the bust, check out our original story and Monday's update on the suspects.

A: 194 West St. Malden, MA
Police arrest alleged ringleader Dat Tran. Investigators said they found: written records, “a number of cell phones,” empty boxes similar to other intercepted shipments and $2,730 in cash.

B: 58 Wigglesworth St. Malden, MA
Police arrest Brendan Joyner, Joshua Joyner and Daniel Knight. Investigators said they found: a loaded .44 with a defaced serial number, two spent shell casings hidden in a drawer, oxycodone pills, and a safe containing a .22 pistol and ammunition. 

C: 127 Alden St. Malden, MA
Police arrest Terrell Rollin-Sutton. Investigators said they found: a .40 caliber Glock with a large capacity magazine and 9 live rounds, individually packaged marijuana “consistent with distribution”, $540 in cash and packaging materials. 

D: 236 Webster St. Malden, MA
Police arrest Deandre West for his alleged involvement in a break-in with other alleged members. Investigators said they found: five cell phones.

E: 38 Clapp St. Malden, MA
One of Reginald Miller's known residences, according to police. Investigators said they found: a TEC-9 assault weapon with a defaced serial number and an extended magazine containing 16 live rounds, a bullet-proof vest, ammunition of various calibers and marijuana.

F: 100 Timson St. Lynn, MA
Another residence of suspect Reginald Miller. Investigators said they found: a safe containing a .45 pistol with seven live rounds and “two stacks” of cash. 

G: 20 Porter St. Malden, MA
Investigators said they found: a cell phone, scale, an undisclosed amount of cash and marijuana. No arrests. 

Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction. 

david mokal April 01, 2013 at 11:41 AM
Lots were domestic calls some serious but there was a foot chase and they got him at Center and Main chasing from the Stop n Shop. It was one busy Easter for the MPD.
Joe Gray April 01, 2013 at 01:13 PM
Can we come up with some euphemism or politically correct thing to call them other than the "Maplewood Gang"? I'm getting a complex. :-)
Rich K April 01, 2013 at 01:19 PM
How about losers
Susan April 01, 2013 at 02:11 PM
Call them a litter of kittens if you want, it seems all of the neighborhoods were represented. Glad to see them off the streets, keep up the good work.
david mokal April 01, 2013 at 08:41 PM
Maplewood Homies ?


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