BOSTON — Twelve individuals have been indicted in connection with a major drug trafficking operation, in which authorities seized nearly a kilogram of narcotics, and executed the largest single search warrant seizure of illegal guns under Attorney General Maura Healey’s administration.

The charges are the result of a multi-agency state and federal takedown in October 2017 in Haverhill, Lawrence, Peabody and Lowell. Authorities allege the defendants are all part of a major drug trafficking operation that AG Healey’s Enterprise, Major and Cyber Crime Division has been investigating over the last several months along with the Massachusetts State Police assigned to the AG’s Office, the State Police Commonwealth Interstate Narcotics Reduction Enforcement Team (CINRET), the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and Homeland Security Investigations, with assistance from the Lowell, Lawrence, Haverhill and Peabody Police Departments.

The following individuals were indicted on a total of 79 separate counts by an Essex County Grand Jury on Monday and Wednesday:

Kenni Luna-Percel, (a.k.a. Helton Jose Marin Perez), of Lowell 
Trafficking Fentanyl (five counts)
Trafficking more than 18 grams of Cocaine (one count)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Miguel Eligio Cruz Prandy, (a.k.a. Miguel Cruz Prade), of Lawrence
Trafficking Fentanyl (three counts)
Trafficking more than 18 grams of Cocaine (one count)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Ivonne Bolorin of Lowell
Trafficking Fentanyl (one count)
Trafficking more than 18 grams of Cocaine (one count)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Alfredin Mejia-Soto of Lawrence
Trafficking Fentanyl (one count)
Trafficking more than 36 grams of Heroin (one count)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Jesus Tejeda-Tejeda of Lawrence
Trafficking Fentanyl (one count)
Trafficking more than 36 grams of Heroin (one count)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

“Jose Figueroa” of Lawrence
Trafficking Fentanyl (one count)
Trafficking more than 36 grams of Heroin (one count)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Aneudy Tejeda-Soto of Lawrence
Trafficking Fentanyl (one count)
Trafficking more than 36 grams of Heroin (one count)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Christian Jose Brown of Lawrence
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Santo Angel-Perez, (a.k.a. Joused Gracia-Canales), of Peabody
Trafficking Fentanyl (two counts)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Cheryl Margosian of Haverhill
Trafficking Fentanyl (three counts)
Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Laws (one count)

Jose Cutoen of Lawrence
Improper Storage of a Firearm (five counts)
Possession of a Firearm (five counts)
Possession of a Firearm During a Felony (five counts)
Possession of a Large Capacity Feeding Device (three counts)
Trafficking more than 200 grams of Cocaine (one count)
Possession with Intent to Distribute Fentanyl (one count)
Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin (one count)
Possession of Ammunition (one count)

Tommy Pena of Lawrence
Improper Storage of a Firearm (five counts)
Possession of a Firearm (five counts)
Possession of a Firearm During a Felony (five counts)
Possession of a Large Capacity Feeding Device (three counts)
Possession with Intent to Distribute Fentanyl (one count)
Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin (one count)
Possession of Ammunition (one count)

The defendants will be arraigned on the charges in Essex Superior Court at a later date.

Authorities arrested Luna-Percel, Cruz-Prandy, Bolorin, Mejia-Soto, Tejeda-Tejeda, Figueroa, Tejeda-Soto, Brown, Angel-Perez, and Margosian during the takedown following the execution of wiretap warrants and search warrants at multiple locations in Haverhill and Lawrence.

Cutoen and Pena were arrested in November and December respectively following the execution of a search warrant at their Lawrence residence that resulted in the seizure of seven guns, three large capacity feeding devices, ammunition, 14 pounds of marijuana, various narcotics and $5,000 in cash. During the course of the investigation, authorities seized nearly a kilogram of heroin and fentanyl.

These charges are allegations and defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

The case is being prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Gina Kwon, Deputy Chief of AG Healey’s Enterprise, Major and Cyber Crimes Division. The case was investigated by State Police assigned to the AG’s Office, the State Police Commonwealth Interstate Narcotics Reduction Enforcement Team (CINRET), the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Homeland Security Investigations, and the AG’s Cyber Crime Lab, along with Lowell Police, Haverhill Police, Lawrence Police, and Peabody Police.