Drug arrest on Manomet Point Road

Two Plymouth residents face numerous drug charges after an arrest in Manomet Sunday night.
According to Police Capt. John Rodgers, an officer observed a vehicle on State Road with an expired inspection sticker. The officer pulled the car over on Manomet Point Road. The car was being driven by Rylan Coulstring, 30, of 48 Minuteman Lane. His passenger was Jade Antonellis, 26, of 5 Hilltop Ave.
According to Rogers, the officer found a quantity of what was believed to be heroin, as well as numerous prescription drugs, including Suboxene, Diazapram and Xanax.  He also found packaging and other material consistent with an intent to distribute the drugs.

Both suspects were charged with possession of class A, B and C substances, as well as intent to distribute a class A substance. They were also charged with possession of drugs near a school.
Coulstring was also charged with driving a vehicle with a suspended license and no inspection sticker. A warrant search found he was wanted on charges of conspiracy and possession of a stolen credit card. He was held by police due to the warrants.
Antonellis was released on her own recognizance.
They are scheduled to be arraigned today.

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