Nashua SWAT teams arrest six in drug bust, fentanyl and meth seized

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NASHUA — Six individuals were apprehended in a significant narcotics operation after Nashua police executed a search warrant at a Canal Street residence, seizing quantities of illicit drugs and charging the suspects with multiple felonies.

Angie Troy, 37, and Gregory Levesque, 35, both of 26 Canal St Apt. B, are facing charges as drug enterprise leaders among other felony counts, including the sale and possession of controlled drugs such as fentanyl and methamphetamine.

Both were also charged with misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child and are being held on preventative detention pending arraignment on Feb. 16.

Shawn Bailey, 36, with no fixed address, was arrested on an active Rhode Island Capias warrant and charged as a Fugitive from Justice.

His arraignment is scheduled for the same day as Troy and Levesque.

Sarah Lafond, 34, also of 26 Canal St Apt.

B, was charged with two felony counts of selling fentanyl and was released on personal recognizance, with an arraignment set for March 21.

Kevin Lafond, 35, from the same address, faces a felony charge for the sale of fentanyl and is awaiting arraignment on Feb. 16.

Stacey Cincotta, 50, with no fixed address, was charged with felony possession of fentanyl and intention to distribute methamphetamine.

She has been released on personal recognizance, pending her March 21 arraignment.

The operation was part of an ongoing initiative funded by the New Hampshire Substance Abuse Reduction Grant, aiming to combat the distribution of illegal narcotics in the area.

Authorities encourage anyone with information on drug activity to contact the Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics Hotline or submit tips through their website or Crime Line.

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