Reports: 7 NH lawmakers bought drugs from shamed ex-Rep. Kyle Tasker
CONCORD - A news radio host reported on Wednesday that several New Hampshire lawmakers may have bought drugs from a former state representative.
Kyle Tasker resigned after he was accused of trying to lure a teen girl for sex using Facebook and possessing drugs.
After Tasker's arrest, several rumors indicated that he kept a list of people to which he allegedly sold drugs.
99.1 NH1 News' Jack Heath reported on his morning radio show and on Facebook that the list does exist, and it includes at least six state representatives and a state senator.
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Heath said sources told him that the Rockingham County Attorney's Office has the list and that it has "already played a role in at least one well-known lawmaker to drop out of a statewide race."
Tasker is facing one charge of certain uses of a computer prohibited, which is a class B felony, and three charges of possession of a controlled drug, all class A felonies.
Stay tuned to NH1 News for more details on this story as they become available.