A Danbury man has been arrested on a number of drug charges after neighbor complaints of illegal sales throughout the City. 35-year old Thomas William Beck was charged yesterday. Investigators set up surveillance at his Mirijo Road home and saw Beck traveling throughout the area to engage in suspected drug transactions.
After stopping in a local shopping center parking lot, investigators carried out the search warrant. Investigators seized more than two thousand dollars in cash and several ounces of illegal drugs, including marijuana, fentanyl, crack cocaine and heroin. In addition to the drugs and money, Beck was found to be in possession of several scales and packaging material, all of which police say supported the complaints that he was selling illegal drugs.
Beck is currently on parole for a conviction related to violent criminal offenses.
Beck was charged with 5 counts of possession of a controlled substance, 4 counts of possession of drug Paraphernalia, 3 counts of possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell Within 1500’ school, 2 counts of possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell and 1 count each of possession of a Controlled Substance within 1500’ school, possession of < 1 kilo of Marijuana with Intent to Sell, possession of >1 oz. Opioid with Intent to Sell and Risk of Injury to a Child.