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Arrest on Bond Street

On August 14, 2015, Detectives from The Hartford Police Department Vice and Narcotics Unit along with, the HPD Emergency Response Team, DEA Agents, the Statewide Narcotics Task Force and Northern Connecticut Regional Emergency Service Team conducted two simultaneous search warrants at 56 and 57 Bond Street. Detectives were able to obtain information that there were several individuals storing firearms and selling illegal narcotics from the first floor apartment of 56 Bond Street and the second floor of 57 Bond Street. A search of the apartment's interiors revealed a firearm, marijuana, crack cocaine, U.S. currency and packaging material. A total of five (5) individuals were placed under arrest for various firearm and narcotic related charges.


Nelson Ferry, 25, of Htfd CHARGES: Poss Narco, PWITS Narco, PWITS 1500 feet school, Conspiracy/ PWITS 1500, Drug Factory

Jorge Ramirez, 27, of Htfd CHARGES: Poss Narco, PWITS Narco, PWITS 1500 feet school, Conspiracy/ PWITS 1500, Drug Factory

Marisol Hernandez, 22, of Htfd CHARGES: Poss Narco, PWITS Narco, PWITS 1500 feet school, Conspiracy/ PWITS 1500, Drug Factory

Samuel Estrada, 43, of Htfd CHARGES: Criminal Possession of Firearm, Possession Stolen Firearm, Poss Narcotics, Poss. of Controlled Subst, Poss of High Capacity Magazine

Noel Rodriguez, 28, of Htfd CHARGES: Interfering with police, criminal trespass 3rd

Jose Fonseca, 44, of Htfd CHARGES: Outstanding prawn warrant

17 grams crack cocaine, U.S. currency $1477.00, several pills of oxycodone
Ruger SR9 .9mm handgun, several bags of marijuana, several live rounds (.22, .380 calibers)
Packaging material

57 bond street

Arrest on Babcock Street

On August 13, 2015, Detectives from the Hartford Police Depart received information that illegal drugs were being sold from the second floor of 114 Babcock Street. The detectives used an undercover officer to arrange the purchase of a large amount of heroin from the target. Surveillance was established at the 114 Babcock Street and the target was observed leaving the residence and traveling to a prearranged meeting location. Once the target showed the undercover the narcotics he was placed under arrest. While conducting Surveillance Detectives observed a Second male suspect standing in front of 114 Babcock Street attempting to conceal a firearm in his waistband. Detective from Narcotics Unit and South condition officers responded to the area and observed the suspect run into the second floor residence, while attempting to conceal the firearm. This suspect was stopped and located in the kitchen in possession of a fully loaded firearm. Information gathered by several street sources indicated that Ortiz (person in possession of a firearm) was responsible for several shots fired incidents in the area of Babcock Street and Grand Street. Both suspects were placed under arrest for the appropriate charges and transported to booking.

Arrested: Luis Morales-Diaz 28yo of Htfd CHARGES Possession of Narcotics and P.W.I.T.S Narcotics

Arrested: David Ortiz 24yo of Htfd Charges: Carrying a pistol without permit and Burglary 2nd degree

Evidence: 198 Bags of heroin, U.S. currency $101.00 Evidence: Browning arms 9mm pistol Evidence: Eight live 9mm rounds.

Babcock Street

Missing: Tashauna Jackson

Missing Person - Jackson

The Hartford Police Department Special Investigations Division and the Major Crimes Division are conducting a missing person investigation for a Tashauna Jackson, 23, from Hartford. She was last seen on 8/11/2015,  at approximately 11pm where she reportedly was in the company of male, and was seen entering his vehicle of her own free will. On 8/12/15 she was reported missing. Since then, the male and his vehicle have been located. The vehicle has been seized by HPD. The male has been interviewed by Detectives. Ms Jackson has not been located. Ms Jackson has never gone missing in the past. Ground searches in secluded areas of the region have been conducted. The investigation is ongoing.

While the circumstances surrounding this disappearance do not fall under the criteria of a Silver or Amber Alert, investigators are extremely concerned with Ms Jackson's safety. We are asking anyone with any knowledge of Ms Jackson's whereabouts to contact HPD as soon as possible- Sgt Andrew Weaver 860-757-4214. Anonymous tips can be left at the HPD Website.

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