Nov 13, 2015 11:18 AM

3-month investigation into illegal Manchester drug operation leads to 3 arrests

MANCHESTER - Police said Friday that a three-month investigation into the illegal trafficking of heroin and crack cocaine in the city led to three arrests.

Brenda Plourde, 50; Gary Poulin 31; and Josue Ramos Fula, 43, all of Manchester were arrested on warrants Thursday with the help of a Manchester Police SWAT team.

Plourde was charged with sale of a narcotic drug after she allegedly sold .9 grams of crack cocaine to an undercover officer during the investigation.

Poulin was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled drug (heroin and suboxone). He had a suboxone strip and .8 grams of heroin on him during the arrest, police said.

Ramos-Fula was charged with sale of a controlled drug (crack-cocaine) for allegedly selling to an undercover state trooper during the investigation.

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