6 more arrested in Nashua drug sweep, total now at 31 in 4 weeks
NASHUA - A drug sweep Thursday resulted in the arrest of six people from the Gate City on a variety of drug and other charges.
After police conducted a drug investigation, six were arrested on various drug charges including four accused of selling them.
Most involved either heroin or fentanyl.
The sweep was part of an ongoing Combined Drug Impact Initiative by the Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics Intelligence Division.
This comes just a week after the Nashua police arrested seven last week, 11 the week before, and seven the week before that. Take a look at that video above.
Brian Kelley, 32, of 21 Mulberry Street, Nashua, charged with selling Fentanyl. Kelley is being held on a $10,000 cash bail pending his arraignment today.
Olivia J Pinion-Felton, 20, no fixed address, charged with a second offense of selling heroin. Following Pinion-Felton's arrest, she was searched and subsequently charged with a second offense of possession of Fentanyl and second offense possession of cocaine. Pinion-Felton is being held on a $25,000 cash bail pending her arraignment today.
Cassondra H. Davis, 27, of 53 Blossom St., Nashua, charged with three counts of selling heroin and criminal liability to sale of a heroin. Davis is being held on a $20,000 cash bail pending her arraignment today.
David L. Rugar, 55, 241 Broad St., Nashua, charged with a second offense possession of suboxone and second offense possession of oxycodone hydroochloride. Rugar is being held on a $10,000 cash or surety bail pending arraignment on Friday.
Travis M. Deluca, 26, of 46 Lock St., Nashua charged with a second offense of selling Fentanyl. Deluca is being held on a $50,000 cash bail pending his arraignment on Friday.
Karl M. Saunders, 33, of 42 Yarmouth Drive, Nashua, on a bench warrant for non-payment and possession of Fentanyl. Saunders was released on $250 cash bail. His arraignment is scheduled for July 14.