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Oct 14, 2016 11:37 AM

2 revived after drug overdoses at Concord hotel, police seize $20,000 worth of meth


CONCORD — Concord police and fire officials responded to a report of two people suffering from a drug overdose at the Comfort Inn on Hall Street on Sept. 30.

Timothy Malone, 37, and Briana D'Amore, 19, both of Laconia, were both provided medical aid but neither were transported to the hospital.

During the on-scene investigation, officers found hypodermic needles, a large amount of cash, multiple packages of pills, a large scale, and a box of plastic baggies. A large bag was also found in the possession of the two subjects.

Police later obtained a search warrant and seized about 115 grams of methamphetamine, and several thousand dollars cash from the bag. The methamphetamine had an estimated street value of over $20,000.

With the evidence found, police charged D'Amore with possession of a controlled drug, and narcotics, with intent to distribute. Malone has an outstanding bench warrant out of Laconia for failure to appear in court.

Both subjects were processed at the Concord Police Department and later released on $10,000 personal recognizance bail. They are both scheduled to be arraigned on November 14, 2016 at the 6th Circuit Concord District Division Court.

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