Lebanon man facing charges after twin-state drug investigation
December 01. 2017 11:57PM
LEBANON — A twin-state drug investigation by New Hampshire and Vermont authorities resulted in the arrest of a Lebanon man, who is now facing a charge of conspiracy to sell heroin.
Adam Colon, 27, was arrested shortly before midnight on Thursday following a joint probe by the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Drug Task Force; the Lebanon Police Department; and the Hartford, Vt., Police Department.
The Lebanon Police Tactical and Containment Team located 230 doses of a controlled drug believed to be heroin while acting on a search warrant of Colon’s apartment.
Colon faces both heroin possession charges and conspiracy to sell charges, Attorney General Gordon MacDonald announced in tandem with the local police chiefs.
Colon will be arraigned on the charges Dec. 18 in Grafton County Superior Court in North Haverhill.
State officials stress this is an ongoing investigation.