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Nashua drug sweep nets four

August 19. 2017 5:48PM
From left to right are Morris, Westerhoff, Donlon and Gagnon. (Nashua Police Department)

NASHUA — A joint Nashua police investigation involving the narcotics intelligence unit, problem-oriented policing unit and traffic unit resulted in the arrest of four people for drug crimes and other offenses related to that activity, police announced.

All four are expected to be arraigned soon.

John Morris, 22, of 57 Vine St., Apt. B, Nashua, was arrested for felony, second offense of selling marijuana and is being held on $25,000 cash only bail.

Angela Westerhoff, 28, of 77 Lock St., Nashua, was arrested for felony possession of heroin in excess of five grams and is being held on $20,000 cash or surety bail, police said.

Christopher Donlon, 37, of 59 Ponemah Rd., Unit 208, Milford, was arrested for felony, second offense dispensing of suboxone; misdemeanor charges of endangering the welfare of a child; possession of marijuana; and transporting drugs in a car. Donlon was released on $340 cash bail.

Dustin Gagnon, 29, of 10 Blossom St., Nashua, was arrested on felony possession of heroin and was being held on $5,000 cash or surety bail.

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