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Laconia, Northfield women face Salem drug possession charges

By MELISSA PROULX
Union Leader Correspondent

November 09. 2017 12:20PM
Lisa Lobo, left, and Alicia Morin 



SALEM — Two women were arrested Tuesday when police said they found them with drugs at the Exit 2 Park and Ride off Interstate 93.

Lisa Lobo, 51 of Laconia was arrested on five charges while Alicia Morin, 30 of Northfield was arrested on one one.

Both women were released on personal recognizance bail.

Police were patrolling the Park and Ride about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday as a part of Operation Granite Shield, police said, when officers noticed Lobo and Morin looking at their laps while in a vehicle parked on the grass.

When the officers went to speak with the two women they saw several plastic bags in the car that can be used for narcotics, police said.

Police said they found a pill crusher, heroin/fentanyl, crystal methamphetamine, a fentanyl transdermal packet system, several diazepam pills and dextroamphetamine pills.

Drug paraphernalia was also found in the vehicle, police said.

Lobo and Morin will be arraigned at the Rockingham County Superior Court on Nov. 17.

There have been several overdoses at the Park and Ride recently, police said.

Just before 11:15 a.m. Nov. 2, police said they were called to the Pelham Road lot for an unconscious woman who had overdosed.

About two hours later, police were called to the same park and ride for another overdose victim who was treated by firefighters.


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