Mar 17, 2017 1:13 PM

5 more NH residents arrested on drug charges in Granite Hammer sting in Nashua

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NASHUA — The Nashua Police Department arrested five more people for various drug-related crimes in connection with Operation Granite Hammer on Thursday.

Nashua's Narcotics Intelligence Division, Problem Oriented Policing Unit and Traffic Unit all assisted with these arrests.

The Arrests


Karl Saunders, 34, of 42 Yarmouth Drive, Nashua, was charged with acts prohibited; possession of a controlled drug, oxycodone, a felony, and falsifying physical evidence, class B felony. Saunders was held on $7,500 cash bail.

George Degraan, 43, of 23 Temple St, Apt. 224, Nashua, was charged with one count of acts prohibited; possession of a controlled drug, heroin, a felony. Degraan was held on $2,500 cash or surety bail.

Scott Regan, 49, of 65 Mobile Drive, Hudson, was charged with unlawful possession of a prescription drug, gabapentin, a class A misdemeanor. Regan is being held on a $5,000 personal recognizance bail.

Joyce Garcia, 45, of 7 Shedds Ave., Nashua, was charged with acts prohibited; possession of a controlled drug, Suboxone, a felony and unlawful possession of a prescription drug, gabapentin, a class A misdemeanor. Garcia is being held on a $5,000 cash or surety bail.

Jeffrey Perkins, 56, of 3 Pleasant St., second floor, Nashua, was charged with acts prohibited; sale of a controlled drug, Suboxone, a felony. Perkins is being held on a $25,000 cash or surety bail.

These arrests came at the conclusion of extensive investigations into the distribution of illegal drugs in Nashua and were made possible through funding provided by the Granite Hammer program.

Residents can report suspected illegal drug activity to the Narcotics Hotline at 594-3597 or the Nashua Police Department’s website.

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