Joseph Thibodeau and Donald Busick (Conway Police / Facebook)

Apr 14, 2016 9:39 AM

Police: Conway business owner, employee were selling heroin from shop

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CONWAY - A months-long investigation into the sale of heroin from a Conway shop led to the arrests of the owner and his employee.

Police said JD Tool Repair/Conway Lock Shop owner Joseph Thibodeau, 28, and his employee Donald Busick, 33, conspired to sell heroin from the business.

According to the Conway Daily Sun, Thibodeau is the son of newly re-elected Conway selectman Carl Thibodeau.

Busick is accused of selling the drug with the assistance of the younger Thibodeau. Both were arrested on Tuesday.

The Daily Sun said Joseph Thibodeau identified himself as the general manager of JD Tool Repair, owner of the lock shop and property manager for the Conway Market Place in a previous story. The police identified him as the owner in a release.

Thibodeau was charged with felony conspiracy to commit the sale of controlled drugs and held on $10,000 cash bail.

Busick was charged with felony sale of controlled drugs and held of $25,000 cash bail.

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