NH man facing drug charges after employee reported him 'staggering' in store
LEBANON — An employee at a local convenience store called police on a man who appeared to be under the influence.
According to Lebanon Police, a man was staggering around the convenience store Saturday when an employee decided to notify police.
Once police arrived on scene, they were able to get the licence plate number of the car he got into and the direction it was headed, police said.
Officers located the vehicle heading north on Interstate 89.
Police said they found Ryan Sharkey, 35, of Lebanon, driving on a suspended license with a parole warrant.
While officers were speaking to Sharkey they say he attempted to conceal a bundle of heroin several times, police said.
Sharkey was arrested on charges including: driving under the influence, outstanding parole warrant, driving after suspension, possession of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine.
Sharkey refused bail and was transported to the Grafton County House of Corrections. He was scheduled to be arraigned on Monday.