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Nottingham man, Mass. woman arrested for drugs during Portsmouth traffic stop


January 26. 2018 7:44PM
Greg Levesque and Alexandra Roy (Portsmouth Police Department)



PORTSMOUTH — A Granite Shield drug interdiction effort on Interstate 95 in Portsmouth led to the arrest of two people on drug charges Thursday.

Alexandra Roy, 24, of Salisbury, Mass., and Greg Levesque, 29, of Nottingham were both arraigned in Rockingham County Superior Court Friday on an assortment of charges.

The two were pulled over by State Police on a traffic stop.

Roy was initially charged with hindering apprehension but was later found to possess heroin and a handgun. She was charged with misdemeanor possession and felony possession with the intent to sell heroin.

Bail for her was set at $5,000 personal recognizance and $2,500 cash.

Levesque was first charged with obstructing government administration by providing a false identity. After he was positively identified it was learned Levesque had an outstanding warrant on a probation violation stemming from an assault conviction.

Levesque was charged with being a co-conspirator with Roy on possession with the intent to sell heroin and possession of marijuana.

He was held with no bail due to the probation violation charge.

A Granite Shield drug interdiction effort on Interstate 95 in Portsmouth led to the arrest of two people on drug charges Thursday. (Portsmouth Police Department)


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