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Jul 13, 2017 5:22 PM

Granite Hammer Operation leads to arrest of 7 NH people on varying drug charges

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CONCORD — Police arrested seven people on various drug charges as part of the Granite Hammer Operation.

The Concord Police Department executed a search warrant at 52 Concord St. early Thursday morning as a result of a lengthy drug investigation.

Police said they received numerous complaints from local residents of drug use and drug-related activity in the area of that address. In recent months, police also responded to several opioid overdose calls, including one opioid-related death at the residence.

Arrests:

Paula White, 44, of Concord, faces two counts of conspiracy to commit sale of controlled drug - fentanyl, a class B felony; one count of sale of a controlled drug - meth, a class B felony; two counts of possession of a controlled drug - marijuana and meth, a misdemeanor and class B felony respectively. She also had a warrant out of Merrimack County for nonappearance.

Alex Mahan, 23, of Concord, faces two counts of sale of a controlled drug - fentanyl, a class B felony.

Joshua Davis, 35, of Concord, faces one count of sale of a controlled drug - fentanyl, a class B felony. He also had an electronic bench warrant for nonappearance.

Desiree Kenyon, 22, faces two counts of possession of a controlled drug - meth and fentanyl, class B felonies.

Joyce LeBlanc, 53, of Concord, faces one count of possession of a controlled drug - meth, a class B felony; maintaining a common nuisance - an illegal drug abode, a class B felony.

Kyle Bissonette, 26, of Concord, faces one count of possession of a controlled drug - marijuana, a class A misdemeanor.

Eva Holland, 41, of Concord, faces one count of possession of a controlled drug - marijuana, a class A misdemeanor.

White, Mahan, Davis, Kenyon and LeBlanc will appear in court Friday. Bissonette and Holland are scheduled to appear in court on August 14.

Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Lt. Sean Ford at 603-225-8600 or the Concord Regional Crimeline 603-226-3100.

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