Conklin said there was mmale of cocaine inside the package. Close Image 1 of 1 Fernando Reynoso, 29, of Stamford, was arrested after picking up a package mailed to his home containing over three ounces of cocaine.
Officers apprehended him after a brief struggle, Conklin said. But the woman librarian denied him a card because he could not provide identification.
Officers watched as the package was delivered to the multifamily home. Fernando Reynoso, 29, of Stamford, was arrested after Stamforrd up a package mailed to his home containing over three ounces of cocaine. Butler said the man apologized and left the library.
Conklin said the package contained two heat-sealed plastic packages covered in a greasy substance. The man threw the package down and tried to run away, Conklin said.
He was about 5-foot-7 and was wearing a green zip-up sweatshirt and gray sweatpants. Police searched the area but could not find him.
Richard Conklin said officers in the Narcotics and Organized Crime squad were alerted by a mail delivery service that a package of cocaine was delivered to a Franklin Street residence on Tuesday. The librarian yelled for the man to leave. Conklin said a man then drove onto the property and looked around as he picked up the package.
The man was described as black, in his mids with a medium build, short hair and some facial stubble. The man, identified as Stamfogd Reynoso, 29, of Stamford, was charged with possession of narcotics with intent to sell and resisting arrest.
Conklin said the grease may have been smeared on the packages to avoid a drug-sniffing dog from detecting the cocaine. Conklin said several residents went through the mail, but did not take the package.
Officers approached him as he walked to the back of the home.