Falmouth police make drug trafficking bust in Walmart parking lot

27.4 grams of heroin, pills and cash seized from East Falmouth woman
Tianna Oakley-Perry was arrested for heroin trafficking on Mother's Day. Falmouth Police Department booking photo.

FALMOUTH - An East Falmouth woman faces heroin trafficking charges following her arrest on Mother's Day. According to a Falmouth police release, a woman behaving suspiciously in the parking lot of Walmart on Route 28 in Falmouth drew the attention of officers Sunday evening around 6:30 p.m.

While investigating, officers reportedly confiscated 24.7 grams of heroin from 28-year-old Tianna Oakley-Perry of 148 Central Ave. in East Falmouth. In addition to the heroin, Oakley-Perry also had an undisclosed quantity of Klonopin and Xanax pills, which were also seized along with $3,395 in cash.

Oakley-Perry was arrested and transported to the Falmouth Police Station where he was booked and charged with trafficking heroin, possession of a Class E substance, possession of a Class C substance, possession of a Class B substance and drug violation near a school/park. She was arraigned in Falmouth District Court on Monday.

This isn't the first time Oakley-Perry has faced drug charges in Falmouth.

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