Former Nashua man sentenced 30 months for trafficking cocaine
CONCORD — A former Nashua man has been sentenced for conspiring to distribute nearly 280 grams of cocaine.
On July 1, 2016, police responded to a complaint of drug activity in the parking lot of an apartment complex.
Police investigated the report and did surveillance on the area. They later pulled over a vehicle where Wilfredo Tanon Rodriguez, 54, was the passenger. He consented to a search and police found approximately 279 grams of cocaine and two firearms in his possession.
On Monday Tanon Rodriguez was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for conspiring to distribute more than a quarter kilogram (250 grams) of cocaine.
The driver of the car, Luis D. Capo-Nieves, is due to be sentenced June 12.