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Fentanyl trafficking suspect faces additional charges


A Fayetteville man arrested in December on multiple felony narcotics counts is facing additional charges after his arrest on May 4 for continued illegal activity, the Fayetteville Police Department said in a news release. 

Kenneth Pomeroy, 19, faces charges including two counts of trafficking in fentanyl; possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver drugs;  maintaining a residence for trafficking in drugs; and three counts of possession of a weapon of mass destruction.

Pomeroy was held at the Cumberland County Detention Center under a $650,000 secured bond, the release said. 

On Dec. 13, Fayetteville police arrested Pomeroy at his residence in the 1200 block of Kienast Drive. Pomeroy was the subject of a lengthy narcotics investigation initiated by the Central Community Empowerment Response Team . The team executed search warrants at Pomeroy’s residence that resulted in the seizure of five firearms, Fentanyl and cash.

Pomeroy was placed on an electronic monitor becuse of previous charges, the release said.

On May 4, police determined that Pomeroy was continuing his narcotics sales in the 1200 block of Berkshire Road. He was rrested and his hom was searched. Investigators seized:

  • Four firearms .
  • Three Glock auto-sear switches. 
  • 1,452 rounds of ammunition .
  • 42 bindles of Fentanyl.
  • 57 Xanax pills.
  • $3,203 in cash. 

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