3 Worcester Men Face Drug, Weapon Charges After Police Chase

by | May 16, 2020 | Crime, Headlines, News

During the early morning hours of Saturday, May 16, a short police pursuit of a pickup truck ended on Fairmont St. and left three Worcester men facing several charges.

A Worcester Police Department officer attempted to stop a speeding pickup truck on Grafton St. at about 1 AM on Saturday. The driver took evasive measures and attempted to flee.

After a short pursuit, the driver turned onto a dead-end on Fairmont Ave.

A search of the vehicle revealed a pair of brass knuckles, a handgun that was previously reported stolen, crack cocaine, marijuana, a digital scale and cash.

No one in the vehicle was licensed to possess the handgun.

The driver, Jordan Dyer, 24, faces charges of Failure to Stop for Police, Speeding, Carrying a Dangerous Weapon, and Possession of a Class B Substance.

Fitzroy Ball, 22, faces charges of Carrying a Dangerous Weapon and Possession of a Class B Substance with intent to Distribute.

Kelvin Verde, 21, faces charges of Carrying a Loaded Firearm without a License, Receiving Stolen Property under $1200, and Possession of Ammunition without an FID Card.

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