Two guns, heroin, crack and cocaine found at Waterbury home

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Luis Seda, 44, of Waterbury

Waterbury Police Service / Contribution

WATERBURY — Police arrested a townsman this week after a search of his home revealed two handguns, crack cocaine and more than 100 bags of heroin.

Luis Seda, 44, has been charged with operating a drug manufacturing plant and four counts of possession of narcotics with intent to sell, Waterbury Police said in a news release. He was released on bail.

Seda was also charged with risk of injury to a minor. Police said “a child was found with Seda inside the residence and weapons were readily available.”

The arrest stemmed from a search of Seda’s home on Pine Street on Monday, according to police.

During the search, police said officers seized 109 bags of heroin, 58 grams of cocaine, 11.3 grams of crack cocaine and $9,530 in cash.

Two handguns – a Glock 17 and a Glock 43X – were also located. Police said both guns were loaded and an additional 230 9mm rounds were found.

“Seda had a valid pistol license and weapons were seized in connection with a narcotics investigation,” police said.