Stamford Man Busted for Selling Pills to Greenwich Police Working Undercover

Greenwich Police Narcotics Section obtained information that a 27-year-old Stamford man was allegedly selling Alprazolam pills to people in Greenwich.

Alprazolam is the active ingredient in Xanax®.

A transaction was negotiated between the suspect, Kyle Gerard Mangan, and police via cell phone.

Mangan agreed to meet at a negotiated time and place. Upon his arrival, he sold 50 Alprazolam pills to the undercover officers.

Mangan was arrested and charged with Sale of Controlled Substance. He was also found to be in possession of 23 folds containing suspected Heroin/Fentanyl, and a fixed blade knife with a blade of approximately 5 inches.

Subsequently, a search warrant was applied for and served at the suspect’s residence in Stamford, where approximately 300 more Alprazolam pills were located and seized, in addition to small amounts of cocaine, heroin and marijuana.

He was charged with Carrying a Dangerous Weapon, Illegal Possession, Possession Controlled Substance, Possession Cannabis, Possession with Intent to Sell Narcotic Substance, and Sale of Controlled Substance.

Mangan was assigned a date in Stamford Superior Court on June 11, 2021. He was released on a promise to appear in court.