Two accused of selling meth in Plymouth
September 21. 2017 10:00PM
PLYMOUTH — Three New Hampshire residents face felony charges related to methamphetamine trafficking, Plymouth police announced.
Police said more arrests may result in the investigation, which police termed as extensive.
On Wednesday, Plymouth police and members of the Attorney General’s Drug Task Force arrested Holderness resident Danielle Lavorgna, 33, and Meredith resident Michael Colby, 34.
Both were charged with sale of methamphetamine.
Further investigation resulted in the search-warrant backed raid of an undisclosed location. Authorities arrested Alexander and Megan Fortin, both 32 and both of Hill.
Alexander was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. Both had several outstanding warrants from other jurisdictions.
Alexander is wanted on warrants from Tilton, Holderness, and Merrimack County on a number of charges, including heroin possession, assault, and credit card fraud.
Megan is wanted to answer on warrants charging credit card fraud, assault, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.