Manitowoc police have released more information this morning surrounding the arrest of a 33 year city man for multiple drug-related offenses early Wednesday. The suspect’s vehicle was pulled over shortly after 12:30m in the 1100 block of South 21st Street for having a defective passenger side headlight. Officers were familiar with the suspect and his history with drug use & sales so, they had K-9 Major arrive at the scene. The drug-sniffing dog helped officers locate over 10-grams of heroin which was laced with fentanyl, along with cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. During a search of the vehicle the suspect ran from police before eventually being caught at the intersection of South 19th & Marshall Streets. The male suspect was transported to the Manitowoc County Jail where he’s being held on 10 charges including: possession of heroin with intent to deliver, felony possession of THC, bail jumping, keeper of a drug-vehicle drug repeater, possession with intent to deliver within 1000 feet of a school, possessing drug paraphernalia, obstructing an officer in an official capacity, possession of cocaine with intent to deliver and having a non-narcotic drug. The man’s vehicle is currently impounded at the police department as seized property due to its’ use in making drug purchases.