Nashua Makes 2 More Drug Arrests as Part of Drug Prevention Efforts
NASHUA — Police arrested two people Thursday as part of operations to curb illegal drug activity.
Krystal Kenny, 34, of 58 Massabesic St., Manchester, acts prohibited, possession of a controlled drug, fentanyl, felony; a capias warrant issued by Hillsborough County Superior Court South, an out-of-town arrest warrant for unlawful possession of prescription drugs and an electronic bench warrant issued by the Nashua district court for non-appearance in court for the original charge of acts prohibited. Kenny was held without bail.
Richard Loranger, 42, of no fixed address, Nashua, possession of a controlled drug, suboxone, felony. Loranger’s bail was set at $500 cash.
Both were scheduled to be arraigned Friday.
The arrests were made by members of the Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics Intelligence Division, Problem Oriented Policing Unit and Traffic Enforcement Unit as part of Operation Granite Shield.
Anyone with information about illegal drug activity in Nashua is urged to call the Narcotics Hotline at 594-3597 or use the deparments website www.NashuaPD.com.