2 NH Women Arrested at Salem Park & Ride Known as Hot Spot for Drug Overdoses
SALEM — Salem police arrested two people as part of Granite Shield, which aims at getting drugs off the streets.
On Tuesday afternoon officers were patroling the parking lot of the Exit 2 Park & Ride because the area has been a hot spot for drug overdoses lately. The two officers observe a vehicle parked on the grass with two women acting suspiciously.
The officers spoke with the woman and determined they were involved in illegal drug activity.
Police said they found heroin/fentanyl, crystal methamphetamine, a fentanyl transdermal packet system, several prescription pills as well as a pill crusher and items used to ingest narcotics.
The two were arrested and identified as Lisa Lobo, 51, of Laconia, (left) and Alicia Morin, 30, of Northfield. Lobo is facing five counts of drug possession. Morin is facing one count of drug possession.
They were taken to the Salem police station where they were booked and released on bail. They are expected to appear in Rockingham County Superior Court on Nov. 17 at 1 p.m.