NAUGATUCK — Police say they arrested a 28-year-old man after discovering an assortment of medicine in his house.
Officers noticed what gave the impression to be narcotics in Justin Cummings’ house at 597 Millville Ave. whereas investigating a home incident on June 29, police stated.
After acquiring a search warrant, police discovered 12 potted hashish crops, almost 40 ounces of marijuana, 14 medicated Nerd Rope 400 mg THC edibles, one Stoner Patch Watermelon 500 mg THC edible and a number of mason jars containing hallucinogenic mushrooms.
As well as, officers discovered 25 glass vials of steroids, 19 vials of human development hormone, two vials of Peptide Execs BCP157, which promotes muscle development and is authorized just for analysis functions; 10 drugs used to deal with erectile dysfunction and a bundle containing 46 oxandrolone capsules. Oxandrolone is a man-made anabolic steroid.
Cummings was charged with use of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to promote hallucinogens, operation of a drug manufacturing unit, sale of 1 kilogram or extra of hashish and use of drug paraphernalia.
The investigation is ongoing and extra expenses are potential, police stated.