Jun 10, 2016 3:24 PM

'Significant growing operation' found in Bedford home, $190,000 worth of drugs seized


BEDFORD - A suspicious shipment to a Bedford residence led to the discovery of a growing operation in the home.

Brett M. Delong, 28 of Bedford, was arrested Thursday night after being found with 81 marijuana plants, four additional pounds of processed marijuana, approximately four ounces of MDMA - also known as Molly.

N.H. state police said they intercepted the suspicious package on Thursday, and after a K-9 alert search, a search warrant was obtained to open it.

The package contained a pound of marijuana, police said. With assistance from the Bedford police, the package was delivered to Delong.

A search warrant was granted for his home on North Amherst Road, where police discovered a "significant marijuana growing operation."

Police said they seized the drugs as well as cash and that there was evidence of distributing the drugs.

The combined street value of the confiscated drugs was $190,000.

Delong was arrested and is being held on $25,000 cash bail.


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