Lebanon man arrested on drug charges
Lebanon police displayed some of the drugs and paraphernalia confiscated during the arrest of Robert Rosas, 27, of Lebanon. (COURTESY)
LEBANON - Police seized heroin with a street value of about $3,000 and an assortment of other drugs Wednesday in a search of a local man's home.
As a result, Robert Rosas, 27, was arrested on four felony drug charges. Lt. Phil Roberts described Rosas as a "fairly substantial" drug dealer for the area.
His arrest came after a police investigation that lasted several months. Investigators also seized a small amount of crack cocaine, suboxone pills, alprazolam pills, marijuana, scales and packaging supplies from Rosas' home.
What's next: Rosas was held on $10,000 cash bail in the Grafton County jail, pending arraignment today in 2nd Circuit Court, Lebanon District Division.
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