- A multi-agency operation led to the arrest of 14 individuals in Manchester suspected of drug activity and warrants.
- Seized items include suspected heroin/fentanyl, marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, Gabapentin pills, Testosterone vials, $855 US currency, and two firearms.
- The operation was funded by the Substance Abuse Reduction Grant.
- Multiple law enforcement agencies were involved, including the Manchester Police, New Hampshire Department of Corrections Probation and Parole, Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, and Nashua Police Department
MANCHESTER – A multi-agency collaboration in Manchester has led to the arrest of 14 individuals, according to a press release from the Manchester Police Department.
The initiative aimed to locate suspects wanted on outstanding warrants and investigate reported drug activity in the area.
The operation began on March 21 and concluded on March 23 with the arrest of 14 individuals.
Those arrested included Marc Krajewski, Anastase Kabura, Sean Morrissey, David Lessard, Kenneth Roberts, Christopher Greenwood, Phillip Keown, Yaidelis Mentor Rosario, Ivan Mayobanex Garcia, Justin Whorf, Shaun Barton, Joshua Hurd, and Jonathan Bush.
The operation resulted in the seizure of over 650 grams of suspected heroin/fentanyl, over 550 grams of marijuana, more than 200 grams of suspected methamphetamine, over 180 grams of suspected crack cocaine, and more than 100 grams of suspected cocaine.
In addition, 100 Gabapentin 300mg pills, multiple vials of suspected Testosterone, $855 US currency, and two firearms were confiscated.
This operation was funded by the Substance Abuse Reduction Grant.