Keene police, ATF arrest five in narcotics, firearms investigation

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KEENE — Keene Police Department, in coordination with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF), conducted a search warrant at a local residence on Elm Street, resulting in the arrest of five individuals on various charges including theft, fraud, and firearm offenses.

The operation took place on May 9 at around noon, as part of a continuing effort to address the sale and possession of illegal narcotics in the area.

Arrested at the scene were Angela Hebert, 39, on a warrant for fraudulent use of a credit card, and Justina Steffy, 31, who was taken into custody on two open warrants for theft by unauthorized taking.

Additionally, John Olmstead, 43, was charged with receiving stolen property related to a firearm and was detained at the Cheshire County House of Corrections pending bail before the 8th Circuit Court – Keene.

Michael Buckley, 35, from Winchester, was arrested for being a felon in possession of a dangerous weapon and resisting arrest.

He was also held at the Cheshire County House of Corrections to be bailed before the same court.

Isiah Davis, 34, also from Winchester, was apprehended for having an electronic bench warrant, a warrant for theft by unauthorized taking, and for having a federal arrest warrant for violating the terms of his parole related to the sale of narcotics.

Davis was held at the county corrections facility.

The search warrant’s execution led to the seizure of property and evidence that authorities anticipate will result in additional charges and arrests linked to narcotics and firearms.

This investigation is part of Operation Granite Shield, a state-funded initiative targeting the trafficking of illicit drugs in New Hampshire.

The Keene Police Department urges anyone with information regarding these arrests to contact detectives at 603-357-9820.

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