May 27, 2015 11:19 AM
MANCHESTER - Two Queen City teens have been arrested and charged on Tuesday for allegedly having drugs and defaced guns in the car of one of the suspects.
Police said they found two loaded .32 caliber revolvers, one of which had a scratched serial number, when they searched the white Subaru driven by Drew Fuller, 17 of Manchester.
Fuller was also found with 10.7 grams of heroin, which was estimated to have a street value of more than $1,000.
Fuller was arrested and charged with two counts of carrying a firearm without a license, changing marks on a pistol or revolver, and possessing heroin with possible intent to distribute.
Fuller will appear in 9th Circuit Court in Manchester on Wednesday.
David Hamilton, 17 of Manchester and the back seat passenger, had an outstanding warrant for an arrest in Hooksett.
Police say they found 9.3 grams of marijuana when they searched Hamilton.
Hamilton was released on $500 bail and turned over to the Hooksett Police Department.
A third person, who was in the front seat, identified herself as a 17-year-old Manchester resident and was not charged during the incident.
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