Campton homeowner arrested on drug-related nuisance charge

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CAMPTON — A local homeowner was arrested on a felony charge for allegedly maintaining a common nuisance related to drug activities, Campton Police said Wednesday.

Arley Poling, 63, was taken into custody on Jan. 9 following an investigation into the possession and sale of methamphetamine in the community.

Methamphetamine is known for its powerful stimulant effects and high potential for addiction.

The arrest, executed with a warrant, marks a step in ongoing efforts to combat drug-related issues in the area.

Poling was subsequently bailed and released with an order to appear for arraignment at the Plymouth Court.

Authorities are using this incident to remind the public of the resources available for those struggling with substance misuse.

The New Hampshire Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Treatment Services offers a directory of state-funded treatment programs, accessible online.

For immediate statewide referrals and more information, individuals are encouraged to call 2-1-1.

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