Police: Laconia woman seen shooting heroin on I-93
MANCHESTER - New Hampshire State Police have arrested three people after a woman was seen using heroin while travelling in a motor vehicle on Interstate 93.
On Thursday afternoon, the state police's communications center received a phone call from a motorist reporting that a woman later identified as Shannan Landry, 27, of Laconia was "shooting up" as a man drove her northbound toward Manchester.
Trooper Juan Infante stopped the suspect vehicle in Manchester, which was identified as a 1995 tan Honda Accord bearing New Hampshire plates. Landry had fresh track marks and blood on her right arm, police said.
Landry was arrested and charged with possession of heroin.
The driver of the vehicle was identified as Michael Hann, 26, of Belmont. Hann was arrested for transportation of drugs in a motor vehicle.
A second female passenger, named Arielle Glazier, 22, of Wolfeboro, was arrested for possession of heroin after she was found sitting on a small plastic bag containing the drug. Glazier was also charged with falsifying physical evidence after she attempted to hide an uncapped needle between the seats of the police crusier as she was being transported to the Troop B barracks in Bedford.
Both Hann and Glazier were bailed and released. They are scheduled to appear at Manchester Circuit Court on June 8.
Landry refused bail and was placed on a 72-hour hold by N.H. Probation & Parole. She was scheduled to be arraigned today in Manchester Circuit Court.