Alleged drug dealers arrested

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Robert Audette (Police courtesy photo)
Quinn Pollock (Police courtesy photo)

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Following a month-long investigation by the Manchester Police Department Special Enforcement Division, two alleged drug dealers have been apprehended.

On July 12 at approximately 2 p.m., investigators executed a search warrant at 135 English Village Rd., #104, where they found mushrooms, fentanyl, amphetamine pills, a stolen handgun, a 9mm magazine, a battle axe, a sword and an undisclosed amount of cash.

During the raid, they arrested 29-year-old Robert Audette and 24-year-old Quinn Pollock. Police searched Audette’s vehicle and found heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, LSD, alprazolam, and a loaded 9mm magazine.

Both were charged with alleged sale of a controlled drug. Pollock was also charged with alleged possession of methamphetamines and receiving stolen property. Audette, a previously convicted felon, was charged with illegal possession of a firearm and violations of the Armed Career Criminal Act.

Both were arraigned on July 15.

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