Laura J. Swift, 42, of Weymouth was arrested, and a Braintree man will be charged, after detectives from Braintree and Weymouth investigated suspicious activity at the 7-11 store in Weymouth Landing, said police.
Shortly after 4 p.m. on Thursday, June 5, detectives from Weymouth Police spotted a car driven by Swift, who was known to them, pull into the 7-11 parking lot in Braintree and meet up with a man in another vehicle.
They then observed "activity commonly demonstrated by people in the sale of drugs and the two parted ways."
Braintree detectives were notified and after an investigation Swift was arrested in Weymouth and charged with distribution of a Class B substance and conspiracy to violate the Controlled Substances Act. Police are seeking charges of distribution of a Class B substance and conspiracy against the Braintree man, whom police recovered a quantity of drugs from. His name is not being released, as he has not yet been charged.
Also, on Thursday, June 12, shortly before 6 p.m., detectives from the Drug Control Unit responded to complaints of possible drug activity were conducting surveillance at Allerton Commons Lane in Braintree.
Christopher E. Parkki, 36, who claims to be homeless, and Jennifer M. Fiori, 27, of Weymouth, were arrested.
Their investigation led to the arrest of Parkki for distribution of heroin, possession of a Class B substance, and conspiracy to violate the Controlled Substances Act. Fiori was arrested for an outstanding warrant. Several other people were interviewed and released.