NH AG announce indictments for two cases of carfentanil possession during crackdown
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office has been actively investigating and prosecuting carfentanil possession and distribution cases for the past few months and announced two different indictments Tuesday.
Jillian Broomstein of Franklin was arrested and indicted for possession of carfentanil and fentanyl which are both controlled substances. Franklin officers discovered the drugs in her Central Street apartment on April 11.
Broomstein will be arraigned at the Merrimack County Superior Court July 12.
The second indictment was for John Furber of Rochester, who was arrested for intending to sell carfentanil and fentanyl, along with possession of methamphetamine.
Rochester police found the drugs in a hotel room Furber was staying in after reports of suspicious activities.
Furber will be arraigned at Strafford County Superior Court July 31.