MANCHESTER, NH – Two men from out of state – Rayshawn Wallace, 24, of the Bronx, NY, and Michael Irving, 21, of Springfield, Mass., – were arrested Sept. 28 by Manchester Police for alleged sales of crack cocaine to an undercover police officer.
Members of the Special Enforcement Division conducted a motor vehicle stop at approximately 11 p.m. in the area of 200 Keller St.
Detectives developed information that both individuals inside the vehicle were responsible for selling crack cocaine in the Queen City, having allegedly observed Wallace engage in illegal drug sales earlier in the evening. Police said Wallace allegedly sold a small quantity of crack-cocaine (.9 grams) to a plain clothes officer.
Officer Ryan Brandreth and his drug-sniffing police dog Colt searched the vehicle and assisted in the arrest.
Irving was found to be in possession of 79 individually wrapped bags of a substance believed to be crack cocaine. The total weight was 29.3 grams, which has an estimated street value of $2,900.
Wallace was in possession of an additional 9.6 grams of crack cocaine (street value $1,000) and $1,891 in cash. The items were seized and the two men were placed into custody and transported to police headquarters. Both appeared in the 9th Circuit Court-Manchester on September 29, 2015.
Overall, detectives seized 39.9 grams of crack-cocaine and $1,891 cash.
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