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Apr 13, 2017 7:44 AM

12 more nabbed in latest NH drug bust including 2 suspected dealers

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NASHUA — The Nashua Police Department nabbed 12 more people in a recent sweep targeting various drug crimes and various crimes frequently associated with criminal behavior related to drug activity during the week of April 13 in Nashua.

Members of the Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics Intelligence Division, Problem Oriented Policing Unit and Traffic Unit participated in Operation Granite Hammer arrested the following: Doris Berry, Linda Rancourt, Dustin Gagnon, Erin Buckland, Amber Barton, Crystal Barton, Hadley Jones, Adam Sundstrom, Jill Lapierre, Priscilla Matos, Travis Deluca, and Leah Landino.

The arrests

Doris Berry, 48, of 120 Palm Street, Apartment 2, Nashua, was charged with falsifying physical evidence, a felony. Berry was held on $25,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled for arraignment on May 26.

Linda Rancourt, 47, of 77 Spit Brook Road, Apartment 220, Nashua, was charged with possession of controlled drug, heroin, a felony. Rancourt was held on $5,000 cash or surety bail and was scheduled for arraignment on April 11.

Dustin Gagnon, 29, of 10 Blossom Street in Nashua, was charged with one count of possession of controlled drug, fentanyl, Felony and also for an outstanding Capias. Gagnon refused bail and was scheduled for arraignment on April 12.

Erin Buckland, 40, of No Fixed Address, was arrested for possession of prescription drugs, a misdemeanor and on two outstanding electronic bench warrants. Buckland was released on $137 personal recognizance and is scheduled for arraignment on May 31.

Amber Barton, 18, of 6 Waterville Drive in Merrimack, was charged with prostitution, a misdemeanor. Barton was released on $160.00 cash bail and is scheduled for arraignment on May 31.

Crystal Barton, 37, of 119 North Street Apartment 1 in Manchester, was charged with criminal liability to prostitution, a misdemeanor. Barton was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled for arraignment on May 31.

Hadley Jones, 33, of 29 Tower Hill Street in Lawrence, Mass., was charged with possession of controlled drug, methamphetamines, a felony and possession of controlled drug, marijuana, a misdemeanor and resisting arrest or detention, a misdemeanor. Jones was held on $5,000 cash or surety bail and is scheduled for arraignment on April 13.

Adam Sundstrom, 26, of 5 Ashby Road in New Ipswich, was arrested on an out of town warrant that originated out of Milford for the charge of robbery. Sundstrom was released to the Milford Police Department.

Jill Lapierre, 37, of 4 Strawberry Bank Road in Nashua, was charged with two counts of acts prohibited; sale of controlled drug, crack cocaine. Lapierre was released on $25,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled for arraignment on May 31.

Priscilla Matos, 26, of 7 Cypress Lane, Apartment 3 in Nashua, was charged with two counts of acts prohibited; sale of controlled drug, heroin, second offense, a felony. Matos was held on $50,000 cash bail and is scheduled for arraignment on April 13.

Travis Deluca, 27, of 46 Lock Street, Apartment 1 in Nashua, was charged with possession of controlled drug, heroin, second offense, a felony. Deluca was held on $10,000 cash or surety bail and is scheduled for arraignment on April 13.

Leah Landino, 21, of 23 Temple Street, Apartment 311 in Nashua, was charged with transportation of drugs in a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor. Deluca was held on $160.00 cash bail and is scheduled for arraignment on April 13.


Citizens urged to call the Narcotics Hotline at 594-3597 or utilize the Nashua Police Department’s website www.NashuaPD.com with any information concerning illegal drug activity. If you have any questions police ask that you please contact Narcotics Intelligence Division Detective Lieutenant Kevin Rourke at 603-594-3591 or Detective Sergeant Brian Kenney at 603-589-1639.

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