CLAREMONT, NH–For approximately two weeks in late January, 2018, the Claremont Police Department, New Hampshire Attorney General’s Drug Task Force, and New Hampshire State Police conducted a joint investigation into alleged controlled drug sales in the Spofford Street area of Claremont, said Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase in a statement released Friday. “The investigation culminated in the execution of a search warrant at 12 Spofford Street on January 31, 2018. There, investigators located more than 600 bags of suspected heroin, approximately 20 grams of crack cocaine, marijuana, and approximately $4,450 in cash,” said Chase.
Shortly after the execution of the search warrant, the following subject was arrested on a warrant: Samantha Davis, 27, Claremont, NH.
Davis was arraigned on February 1, 2018, in Sullivan Superior Court, on multiple counts of Conspiracy to Commit Sale of Controlled Drugs and multiple counts of Possession of Controlled Drugs With Intent to Distribute. Her bail was set at $50,000 cash or surety.
In addition, the Claremont Police Department currently holds an active arrest warrant for the following subject: Johnnie “Malik” Kyles, 34, Springfield, VT.
The criminal investigation remains ongoing at this time, and further charges are anticipated, said Chase. Anyone with information about this investigation or the whereabouts of Kyles is encouraged to contact Claremont Police Detective Captain Stephen A. Lee at (603)542-7010 or email@example.com.
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