Darien man pleads guilty to selling cocaine out of his home

Exterior, Stamford Courthouse, Sept. 20, 2019.

Exterior, Stamford Courthouse, Sept. 20, 2019.

Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media

STAMFORD — A 49-year-old man pleaded guilty Wednesday to running a cocaine-dealing operation out of his Darien home.

Andrew Creamer, 49, of Darien, pleaded guilty to charges of operating a drug factory, possession of a narcotic with intent to sell, risk of injury to a minor and illegal possession of an assault rifle during a disposition hearing at Stamford Superior Court Wednesday.

Police began investigating Creamer in 2019 after they received reports of him selling cocaine out of a restaurant on Tokeneke Road.

In November 2019, police raided Creamer’s Darien home where they seized an illegal assault rifle, a small quantity of cocaine, as well as baggies, scales, a cocaine press and $16,000 in cash.

Police said there were also two children, ages 11 and 12, at home during the time of the raid.

Creamer was arrested at the time and charged with illegal possession of assault weapons, possession of narcotics with intent to sell, three counts of possession of narcotics, two counts of sale of a narcotic substance, two counts of risk of injury to a minor, operation of a drug factory and possession of high-capacity magazines.

Following his guilty pleas on Wednesday, Creamer could now face up to 30 months in prison.

He is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 9.