Five men indicted for New Hampshire drug trafficking conspiracy

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CONCORD — Five men have been indicted on charges of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute fentanyl and methamphetamine.

The indictment alleges that between Oct. 13 and March 12, the men were involved in a drug trafficking organization with operations spanning several months.

Three of the accused also face charges for the distribution of controlled substances.

Authorities have apprehended four of the five defendants over the past week, while one remains at large.

Those indicted are:

– Jose Luis Guerrero Nunez, currently in federal custody.
– Carlos Alejandro Chevalier Santos, also held in federal custody.
– Eddy Mendez Carmona, in custody on unrelated charges.
– Juan Carlos De Los Santos Romero, who is still a fugitive.
– Luis Guerrero Cabral, who has been released.

The indictment follows a federal investigation led by the Drug Enforcement Administration, with support from local law enforcement agencies, including the Hampton, Seabrook, Portsmouth police departments in New Hampshire, and the Methuen Police Department in Massachusetts.

If convicted, the defendants face up to 20 years in prison, a minimum of three years of supervised release, and fines reaching $1,000,000.

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