Efforts to Keep Drugs Off the Streets in Strafford County Results in 5 Arrests
Police in Strafford County arrested five people and seized more than 65 grams of heroin/fentanyl as well as other drugs and $10,861 in cash as part of the ongoing Granite Shield Operations over the past month.
Keith Colado, 43, of 82½ Littleworth Road, Dover, for possession of the controlled drugs cocaine and fentanyl.
David Morancy, 58, of 23 Chapel St., Dover for possession of the controlled drug cocaine with intent to distribute. As a result of the arrest, a search warrant was executed at his residence. Officers seized fentanyl, cocaine, crack cocaine, suboxone, marijuana, butane honey oil and cash. Future charges are expected for sale of the controlled drug, manufacturing controlled drugs, and possession of controlled drugs.
Jeff Diprizio, 35, of 17 Winter St., Rochester for possession of the controlled drugs heroin and methamphetamine.
Shanie Froehling, 27, of 6 Lords Court, Somersworth, on a warrant for sale of the controlled drug heroin, two counts, and possession of the controlled drug fentanyl with intent to distribute.
John Froehling, 32, of 6 Lords Court, Somersworth on three warrants for failure to pay child support. He was present at the time of execution of a search warrant at his residence.
The Strafford County Drug Task Force worked with the Dover, Somersworth, and Rochester police departments, as well as the U.S. Marshals office to execute the warrants.
As a result of these investigations, future indictments for other individuals are expected. Anyone with information related to drug activity in Strafford County can call 603-516-7145.