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Drug and other charges for a New Hampshire man

Last Thursday during a Massachusetts prostitution investigation, a Concord, New Hampshire man was arrested on drug charges. According to the Milford, Massachusetts, police department, officers responded to a Milford Inn at about 5:30 p.m. where they arrested one Massachusetts woman on prostitution and drug offenses and one New Hampshire man.

Police reports say that after they arrested the woman, they left the building to locate a car and found the New Hampshire man. Officers searched the man's car and allegedly found drugs inside the vehicle along with ammunition, clothing and a pair of gloves. The New Hampshire man allegedly looked like a man seen in surveillance footage of a breaking and entering at Ray and Dick's Bakery in Milford, and police officers say he matched a physical description given of the man.

The drug charges against the man from New Hampshire include simply possessing a Class B drug as well as possession with intent to distribute of a Class B drug. He was also charged with possession of ammunition.

Milford police also reported that the New Hampshire man confessed to the breaking and entering during his arrest and said he entered the bakery through a window, where he confronted the owner. In addition to the drug charges, the man received a charge of breaking and entering to commit a felony, according to Milford Police.

In the midst of facing drug charges, it can be a challenge to remember all of the serious consequences that often go hand-in-hand with a conviction. A good attorney can help the defendant make the right choices about which direction to take in his or her legal defense, whether it is a plea bargain or letting the case go to trial. An attorney fills a crucial supportive and protective role in drug charges from the moment of arrest to the end of the ordeal.

Source: Milford Patch, "Prostitution Investigation Leads to Arrest of Tyngsborough Woman, NH Man" Matt Perkins, May. 02, 2014

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