Client was walking in the City of Worcester when he was approached by a police officer. Officer testified that he had been working with an informant who provided information that our client was selling drugs. Upon seeing the officer approach, our client attempted to conceal narcotics by placing them in his mouth. After a brief struggle, our client was arrested and charged with drug possession. At a motion hearing, extensive cross examination of the officer was conducted. It was determined that the officer lacked the requisite cause to stop our client at all. As such, the judge agreed with our motion and all charges were dismissed.