Yarmouth Police Arrest Alleged Crack and Heroin Dealer

Wise Mecca Allah has 60 known priors in Massachusetts...
Wise Mecca Allah, age 38, of Attleboro faces multiple drug charges. He has 60 priors in Massachusetts. (YPD booking photo)

UPDATE FROM YARMOUTH POLICE 

WISE MECCA ALLAH HELD AND SENT TO PRISON

Wise Mecca Allah, AKA Jamar J. Bland, was arraigned today in the Barnstable District Court on the drug charges from Friday night's arrest by our Proactive Anti-Crime Unit.

The Barnstable District Court Judge ordered Allah's bail revoked and he was transported to the Barnstable County Correctional Facility.

Original Story

From the Yarmouth Police Department:

CRACK AND HEROIN DEALER ARRESTED BY PAC

On Friday, October 30, 2018 at 8PM, Members of the Yarmouth Police Department Proactive Anti-Crime Unit encountered two people inside a 1998 blue Buick Lesabre with Massachusetts registration 21D940 in a supermarket parking lot in South Yarmouth.

One of the subjects was found to be in possession of crack cocaine and heroin and placed under arrest. 

A digital scale and a small amount of cash was also seized.

Wise Mecca Allah, Also Known As Jamar J. Bland, age 38—with known 60 priors in Massachusetts—was booked and held at YPD Headquarters on $2,500 cash bail. 

He is scheduled for arraignment today in the Barnstable District Court.

Refer To Arrest: 18-1070-AR
Arrest: WISE MECCA ALLAH 
Address: HOWARD AVE ATTLEBORO, MA
Age: 38
Charges: 
POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS A DRUG
POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS B DRUG
POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS B DRUG
POSSESS CLASS B DRUG, SUBSQUENT OFFENSE


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