Oct 20, 2016 7:25 PM
LACONIA - A drug sweep by police netted 16 people wanted on warrants for sale or conspiracy to sell drugs including heroin, fentanyl, methamphetamine and crack cocaine.
Police say all were arrested without incident and one woman was found with a gun, leading to a charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
For those released on personal recognizance bail, their court date is May 12 at Laconia District Court. Those who refused bail or who had cash bail will be arraigned on Thursday.
Justin Franquie, of 26A Winter St., Laconia, charged with selling a narcotic
Brandon O'Brien, of 17 Bay St. Laconia, charged with selling heroin
Nicole Beaule, of 24 Baldwin St., #4, charged with selling meth and being a felon in possession of a firearm,
Christopher Miles, of 103 Blueberry Lane, charged with selling meth and conspiracy to sell meth,
Melissa Sylvia, of 72 Batchelder St.#3 Laconia, charged with conspiracy to sell and selling crack cocaine,
Frederick Sanborn, also of 72 Batchelder St., #3, Laconia, charged with selling heroin,
Emmie Landry, of 99 Merrimac St., Laconia, charged with selling heroin and conspiracy to sell heroin,
Ashley Goyette, of 32 High St., Laconia, charged with three counts of selling heroin,
Austin Brue, of 85 Sheridan St., Laconia, charged with three counts of selling heroin,
Tyler Young, of 381 Union Road, Belmont, charged with selling heroin,
Nathan Green, of 12 Winter St. #3, Laconia, charged with selling heroin,
Joseph Gillis, of 16 Rowell St., Laconia, charged with selling heroin,
Damon Farris, of 76 County Drive, Laconia, charged with selling meth,
Joseph Costello, also of 76 County Drive, Laconia, charged with selling meth,
Kory Morrissette, of 99 Merrimac St., Laconia, charged with selling a narcotic, conspiracy to sell a narcotic and violation of parole,
Heather Daigneau, of 479 Meadow Pond Road, Gilmanton, charged with selling heroin.
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