Thirteen indicted in Manchester, Concord drug trafficking bust

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CONCORD — U.S. Attorney Jane E. Young announced the indictment of thirteen individuals linked to drug trafficking organizations in Manchester and Concord, with nine arrests made over the previous week and a half on charges related to distributing methamphetamine and fentanyl.

Among those indicted, Rashidahmed Cantave, 42, from Boston, Massachusetts, and Maureen Corsetti, 34, from Manchester, New Hampshire, have been released on federal pretrial supervision.

The remaining defendants, including Matthew Schnell, 43, of Bellingham, Massachusetts; Thomas Conway, 53, of Bedford, New Hampshire; Michael Raiche, 47, Angel Demarco, 41, Robby Lewis, 51, all from Manchester, New Hampshire; Anthony Conley, 47, of Gilmanton, New Hampshire; Dennis Drew, 50, of Northfield, New Hampshire; Serene Hull, 38, Zachary Albert, 42, both from Concord, New Hampshire; Jeremy Trask, 35, of Milford, New Hampshire; and Alton Ryan, 50, of Boscawen, New Hampshire are in either federal or state custody.

The investigation, which has been ongoing since at least October last year, alleges that the defendants were part of a network supplying methamphetamine and fentanyl to customers.

If convicted, they face up to 20 years in prison, with sentencing determined by a federal district court judge according to the U.S.

Sentencing Guidelines.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation Major Offender Task Force and the New Hampshire State Police spearheaded the investigation, receiving vital support from local law enforcement agencies including the Manchester Police Department, the Concord Police Department, the Bow Police Department, and the Seabrook Police Department.

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