Oct 18, 2016 12:42 PM
Suspected NH heroin dealer arrested in North Conway, was already out on bail
CONWAY — A suspected drug dealer has been arrested following surveillance of a North Conway residence.
Officers were conducting surveillance on Sunday, when an officer observed a vehicle leave the residence. The vehicle was stopped due to a traffic violation, in which Robert "Michael" Lundrigan was identified as the passenger of the vehicle.
He was found in possession of about seven grams of heroin, which was individually packaged for sale, police said. The quantity of heroin was about 70 doses and holds a street value of about $1,400, according to police.
Lundrigan has been out on bail for sale of a controlled drug and was discovered to be in violation of a condition of his bail. He was arrested for possession of a drug/narcotic and possession of a controlled drug/narcotic with intent to distribute.
If convicted Lundrigan could face up to 30 years in prison and a $500,000 fine for the possession of a controlled drug/narcotic with intent to distribute. He could face up to 3½ to 7 years in prison and up to a $25,000 fine on the possession of a drug/narcotic charge. Lundrigan could face additional penalties for violating the conditions of his bail.