Pastor of Quincy Street church charged with drug trafficking

Evidence photo by Boston Police

Police evidence photo.

Willie Wilkerson, 58, minister at the Quincy Street Missional Church founded by his mother, Idene "Ma Siss" Wilkerson, faces several drug-trafficking charges, after searches at his home and the church, the Boston Police Department reports.

The Boston Police Department says officers found 34 grams of crack cocaine, 11 grams of fentanyl, 50 Percocet pills, 87 Suboxone strips and 32 Clonopin pills at the 266 Quincy St. church and at Wilkerson's Baker Street home, along with $10,400 in cash.

Police add: "Also located on the property were items recently reported stolen in a breaking and entering incident, as well as items belonging to an excavating company. The total value of these items was approximately $20,000."

Wilkerson was scheduled for arraignment Wednesday on charges of trafficking Class B drugs, possession of Class B drugs with intent Trafficking Class B Drugs and possession of Class C drugs with intent to distribute, police say, adding Wilkerson could face additional charges.

Wilkerson's mother helped turn a former auto chop shop into a church, food bank and thrift shop, with $70,000 she raised, in part by mortgaging a house she owned. She died in 2013.