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Wednesday, March 2, 2016



On March 1, 2016, at approximately 8:50 p.m., Hartford Police Department Detectives from the Vice and Narcotics Unit along with the HPD Emergency Response Team and assistance from the New Britain Police Department executed a search and seizure warrant at 7 Woodland Street, apartment T5. 

HPD Detectives received credible information that an individual that goes by the nickname "P" was conducting several illegal sales of packaged PCP from his apartment.  The Detectives also received information from New Britain PD that "P" was a suspect in an active suspicious missing persons case, where the individual has not been seen from in several weeks.

  Upon gaining entry into the apartment ERT members located the target suspect, identified as Ronnie Gineyard, 37, of Hartford in the living room area of the residence. A search of the apartment yielded numerous bags of packaged PCP, empty liquid bottles; which once contained liquid PCP and U.S. currency.  The identity of  "P" was positively identified as being Gineyard.  Gineyard was then placed under arrest for several narcotics related charges. 

15 grams of packaged PCP
$111.00  dollars in U.S. currency
Arrested: Ronnie Gineyard, 37, of Hartford, CT (12 previous Hartford Arrests)
1.       Possession of hallucinogenic
2.       Possession with intent to sell hallucinogenic.

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