Alleged NH cocaine dealer arrested after multi-town investigation
MANCHESTER — Police arrested a man accused of selling cocaine in several New Hampshire towns.
The Rockingham County Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday that Barry Gallant, 50, of Manchester, was arrested on Sept. 12 after an investigation involving law enforcement from multiple communities.
Police said Gallant was charged for two sales of one ounce of cocaine, one count of possession with intent to distribute cocaine, two simple assault charges, one resisting arrest charge and one charge of obstructing government operations and falsifying evidence.
Epping, Raymond, Seabrook and Windham and Rockingham County Deputies participated in the investigation because Gallant was selling cocaine in Epping, Raymond and Candia, the sheriff's office said.
Officials said three ounces of cocaine were seized and four search warrants were served during the investigation.
Gallant was on parole at the time of his arrest and is currently being held at the Rockingham County Jail on $100,000 dollars cash bail.