Wilmington Man Arrested for Heroin: 'I'm in Trouble Now' in Roslindale
The following article is based on a Boston Police report, and where charges are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.
A Wilmington man caught holding a bag of heroin by undercover Boston Police allegedly said, "I'm in trouble now" when caught in the CVS parking lot in Roslindale.
On Jan. 4 around 5:30 p.m., Jordan K. Ungvarsky, of 10 Boutwell St., Wilmington, Mass., was arrested and charged with possession of a class A substance, heroin.
Members of the Boston Police E-5/E-18 Drug Control Unit were conducting surveillance in the CVS parking lot at 4600 Washington St., a known area for drug transactions. Police witnessed the suspect get into the driver's side door of a gray Honda and begin to examine something in his lap area, according to a Boston Police report.
Officers relocated their unmarked vehicle directly next to the suspect's vehicle and observed the suspect cutting into a small plastic bag containing a tan powder substance believed to be heroin with a black knife. The plastic bag had been concealed inside a "Carmex" container, according to a Boston Police report.
Officers approached the vehicle with Boston Police badges displayed and opened the driver's side door. While holding the plastic bag of heroin, the suspect allegedly said, "I'm in trouble now."
A search of the suspect revealed two more plastic bags with a substance believed to be heroin. Police also seized one syringe off the driver's side seat, according to a Boston Police report.