Oct 6, 2015 10:02 AM
CONCORD - Nine people have been arrested in Concord for the sale and distribution of methamphetamines.
During the investigation the police also seized approximately $40,000 in cash, over 30 grams of methamphetamines and a small quantity of heroin during a search of a Bow Street home.
The Concord Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit made the arrests between Sept. 29 and Oct. 5.
-Paul Lacourse, 48 of Bow, was charged with sale of controlled drug (Meth./Felony B)
-Rianna Martin, 29 of Penacook, was arrested twice. During the first arrest, she was charged with possession of controlled drug (Meth./Felony B). When Martin was was re-arrested she was charged with sale of controlled drug (Meth. & Buprenorphine/Felony B).
-Taylor Carpentier, 21 of Concord was charged with sale of controlled drug (Meth./Felony B).
-Mark Moore, 34 of Concord, was charged with possession of controlled drug with intent to sell (Meth./Felony B). Moore was also arrested on a N.H. State Police warrant for possession of a controlled drug (Meth./Felony B).
-Casey Moore, 33 of Concord, was charged with sale of controlled drug (Meth./Felony B).
-Clifford Watson, 34 of Alton Bay, was charged with sale of Methamphetamine times two.
-Christopher Miles, 34 of Laconia, was charged with sale of controlled drug (Meth./Felony B).
-Alton Ryan, 42 of Concord, was charged with sale of controlled drug (Meth. & Heroin./Felony B) times five.
-Lorin Gerlack, 35 of Boscawen,was charged with sale of controlled drug (Meth. /Felony B) and conspiracy to commit sale of a controlled drug (Meth./318-B:26).
Police are still looking for Christopher J. Ruggles, 42 of Bow, for sale of controlled drugs (Meth.) times three.
Police are asking that anyone with information on Ruggles whereabouts to please call them at 225-8600 or call the Concord Regional Crimeline at 226-3100.
Asasha Santos, 20 of Concord, was arrested on unrelated charges during the search of the Bow Street home on an electronic bench warrant.
The arrests and search warrants are the result of an approximately 6-month investigation involving the Concord Police Drug Enforcement Unit with the assistance of the N.H. Attorney General’s Drug Task Force.
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