14 people arrested in Nashua drug sweep
NASHUA — Fourteen people were arrested over the course of three days during a drug sweep involving several police agencies, according to Nashua police.
The investigation spanned "several months and targeted dealers and problem areas," police said in a release.
The investigation was led by Nashua police with help from Hudson police, the Drug Enforcement Agency and the New England High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area task force, the release said.
• Leah Landino, 18, Nashua, on one count of selling crack cocaine.
• Dana Messina, 38, Nashua, on three counts of selling crack cocaine and one count of criminal liability to the conduct of another.
• James Gallagher, 49, Nashua, on one count of selling oxycodone.
• Jake Yacco, 22, homeless, on one count of selling oxycodone.
• Vanessa Amico, 19, Salem, on two counts of selling heroin.
• Ryan Mateo, 17, of Nashua, on one count of selling marijuana.
• Joshua Vandal, 27, Nashua, on two counts of selling heroin.
• Kevin Webber, 37, Nashua, on two counts of selling heroin and one count of selling cocaine.
• Stacy Dalesio, 32, Nashua, on two counts of selling heroin.
• Darrell Booth, 46, Nashua, on two counts of selling heroin.
• Aaron Elsass, 25, Nashua, on four counts of selling hashish and one count of possessing marijuana with intent to distribute.
• Allyson Hastings, 51, Nashua, on two counts of selling suboxone.
• Joshua Garvey, 26, homeless, of three counts of selling heroin.
• Matthew Robinson, 29, Nashua, on three counts of selling heroin.
Police said they are still looking for a 15th person, Jeremy Slater, 35, who has no known address but is wanted for allegedly selling heroin.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 594-3597.