A 20-year-old Hyde Park man and his companions were arrested on Grossman Drive in Braintree after allegedly bringing 16 grams of heroin to a delivery.
Braintree detectives, with the help of drug-sniffing canine "Lucky," discovered the heroin packaged in 22 separate bags, along with a digital scale and $1,000, when they made a traffic stop on the morning of Jan. 17, Chief Russell Jenkins said in a statement.
Jenkins said that detectives had previously witnessed Lutheurson J. Bonheur, 20 of Hyde Park, make drug deliveries in the silver Cadillac SUV they pulled over last Thursday. The drugs and other material were found in a void behind the car stereo.
"Bonheur and his two companions, Colleen M. Gardner, 21, of Lynn and a sixteen year old Brockton youth were all placed under arrest and charged with possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of heroin and conspiracy to violate the Controlled Substances Act," Jenkins said.