Brockton police found several types of drugs in his car, on the suspect and in his home.
Massachusetts police said they stopped Cabral's car at the intersection with North Montello Street at 5:10 p.m.
Troopers said the suspects license had been revoked and they arrested him.
After performing a full search, authorities said they found 16 knotted twists of suspected fentanyl, four knotted twists of suspected carfentanil, 11 knotted twists of suspected crack cocaine, an electric scale and $340.
Based on the results of the search, troopers executed a warrant to search Cabral's room at his home. A safe was found and brought back to the Brockton Police Station where detectives located 423 grams of suspected fentanyl, 87 grams of suspected cocaine and $308.
Detectives said they also seized five rounds of .25 caliber ammunition and six other electronic scales.
State police said Cabral was booked and charged with possession of a class B substance with intent to distribute, trafficking carfentanil, possession of a class A substance with intent to distribute, trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in fentanyl more than 10 grams, unlawful possession of ammunition and operating after a license suspension.