For the first time ever, a man is being charged for selling opiates in Massachusetts that eventually caused an overdose death in New Hampshire.
A man was arrested Saturday after refusing to leave a Rite Aid and becoming confrontational, police said.
Police say the driver ran a red light then refused to stop, before tossing a baggie from the car and finally pulling over.
Police were called to check a suspicious person in a parked Jeep before discovering heroin, pills and needles.
An argument over damage to a man's lawn led to his arrest for allegedly threatening two delivery workers.