Plaistow man pleads guilty to cocaine trafficking

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CONCORD – A Plaistow, New Hampshire, man recently pled guilty in federal court to charges of possession with intent to distribute cocaine.

According to court documents and statements made in court, law enforcement officers investigated leads into Corey Buckley, 42, alleged drug trafficking and ultimately obtained a federal search warrant for his Plaistow residence. 

During the May 2022 search, investigators found approximately 1.1 kilograms of a substance that as later confirmed to be cocaine in the kitchen of the residence. 

Other indicia of drug trafficking, including a ledger, a scale, approximately $50,000 and two firearms was also located. 

Buckley has been detained since his arrest following the execution of the search. 

He is scheduled to be sentenced on May 18, 2023.


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