PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Four separate investigations in Providence led to the arrest of four suspects on Wednesday, along with the seizure of several firearms and large quantities of drugs and cash.

In total, police confiscated 12 kilograms of fentanyl, more than 2,500 grams of cocaine, six guns, two motor vehicles, and $238,981, Major David Lapatin announced Friday.

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Calvin Mitchell, 37, was arrested as a suspect in an Oct. 2 shooting at the corner of Chalkstone and Douglas avenues. Police said a search of his apartment led to the discovery of 145 grams of cocaine, $9,171 in cash and three firearms, one of which was stolen out of Connecticut.

Mitchell is charged with:

  • Possession with intent to distribute cocaine
  • Possession of one ounce to one kilogram of cocaine
  • Possession of a firearm while committing a crime of violence (3 counts)
  • Possession of a firearm after a conviction of crime of violence (3 counts)
  • Possession of a stolen firearm

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Police also arrested 60-year-old Michael Nelson in connection to a suspicious package found at a post office. The package contained children’s toys and around two kilograms of cocaine, according to Lapatin.

Nelson is charged with:

  • Possession with intent to distribute cocaine
  • Possession of one ounce to one kilogram of cocaine

Police said they also arrested 43-year-old Yansilis Grullon, who is accused of storing fentanyl in Providence and distributing narcotics in surrounding communities, including Fall River. Between his home and a separate stash Grullon had, officers seized three guns, ammunition, drug packaging material, around 141 grams of cocaine, 11 kilograms of fentanyl, and $229,810.

Grullon is charged with:

  • Possession with intent to deliver fentanyl
  • Possession with intent to deliver cocaine
  • Possession of one ounce to one kilo of cocaine
  • Keeping a common nuisance
  • Unlawful distribution, manufacturing fentanyl, cocaine within 300 yards of a school grounds
  • Possession of more than one kilogram of fentanyl
  • Possession of a firearm with intent to deliver fentanyl and cocaine

According to Lapatin, two officers conducting a motor vehicle stop in South Providence arrested 21-year-old Roberto Delossantos after finding a large package containing one kilogram of purple-dyed fentanyl.

Court records show he’s charged with manufacturing/sale/possession with intent to manufacture or sell one ounce to one kilogram of fentanyl and manufacturing/delivery/possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance.