Feb 17, 2017 12:39 PM

Farmington drug investigation leads seizure of heroin, fentanyl, marijuana and more


FARMINGTON — A police investigation into the sale and possession of illegal narcotics led to the arrest of a Farmington man.

Police received tips over the last few weeks that there was drug activity in the Main Street area. Surveillance by the department also confirmed this possibility, police said.

A search warrant was applied for and granted by a New Hampshire Judge to search 474 Main St.

Police along with an area K-9 conducted the search and subsequently arrested Andrew Maniscalco III, 40.

He was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute - felony, possession of controlled drugs - felony, and possession of controlled drugs - misdemeanor.

The Farmington Police Department recovered $430 in cash, approximately 25 grams of heroin, marijuana, scales, drug paraphernalia and fentanyl patches.

If anyone has any further information about this incident, please contact Sergeant Bryon Gore or Sergeant Matthew Embrey at 603-755-2731.

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