NEW BEDFORD — Two New Bedford men have been arrested on drug charges after police say they found fentanyl, psychedelic mushrooms, and steroids among other narcotics in a North End search.

Police said organized crime detectives searched a home at 15 Hammond St. on Jan. 7 and found a variety of drugs.

Detectives seized crack cocaine, powdered cocaine, more than 200 grams of psychedelic mushrooms, three vials of anabolic steroids, and nearly 90 grams of fentanyl.

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Thomas Brabant Jr., 32, and 32-year-old Tristan Botelho of Chancery Street were both arrested following the search.

Police said detectives also seized packaging materials and cutting agents as well as $1,952 in cash.

Brabant is charged with trafficking in fentanyl and cocaine as well as possessing with intent to distribute class C and E substances.

According to police, he also had two active warrants for his arrest at the time.

Botelho is being charged for possessing one bag of cocaine.

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