3 arrested for heroin possession, sales

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imageMANCHESTER, NH —  Three people were arrested and charged with possession of heroin, crack, cocaine, pot and pills with the intention to sell.

Manchester Police Department’s Special Enforcement Division executed a search warrant Oct. 2 at 175 Massabesic St., 1st floor. The investigation was part of an ongoing investigation into narcotics trafficking. At the residence, three subjects attempted to flee the apartment but were apprehended and taken into custody. Arrested were:

Jeremy Luna, 18, and Roberto Santiago, 18, of Manchester, each charged with two counts possession of  narcotics with intent to distribute; 2 counts sale of a controlled drug; resisting arrest.

Christian Ramos, 21, Manchester, charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute and resisting arrest.

Drugs and cash were located in the apartment and seized by police, including:

6.6 grams of heroin,  (street value $650)
18.8 grams crack (street value $1900)
18 grams cocaine (street value $1000)
7.8 grams marijuana (street value $400)
Two Clonazepam Tablets (street value $10) and $1,272 cash.

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  • Kell V

    If
    drugs cost as much as they say in that article no one would be doing
    them. From what i found out after my son died is you can buy 10 grams or
    what on the street is called a finger of heroin for between 200-250.
    they want to believe almost 7 grams for $650. or a quarter of pot for
    $400 damn that’s expensive pot. Who could afford those prices to be an
    addict? Who comes up with these thing?