NH Suspects Accused of Selling Methamphetamine
PLYMOUTH — Four people have been arrested after an investigation into the sale methamphetamine.
Danielle Lavorgna, 33, of Holderness, and Michael Colby, 34, of Meredith have been charged with selling methamphetamine.
A search warrant executed Wednesday at an undisclosed location netted two more suspects, Megan Fortin and Alexander Fortin, both 32 and of Hill.
The Fortins both had several outstanding warrants from other jurisdictions, police said. In addition to the warrants, Alexander Fortin was also charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
The Plymouth Police Department and the NH Attorney General’s Task Force said the arrests came after an extensive investigation and that it is still ongoing.
Police said more arrests could take place. All criminal charges stemming from this investigation will be handled by the Grafton County Attorney’s Office.
The Plymouth Police Department and NH Attorney General’s Drug Task Force were assisted by the Grafton County Sheriff’s Department, New Hampshire State Police, and Holderness Police Department.