Heroin, meth and cocaine allegedly found
LEBANON, NH - A Lebanon man is due in court today for formal arraignment on separate felony charges alleging that he was in possession of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine when he was pulled over on Interstate 89 in Lebanon early Saturday morning.
Ryan Sharkey, 35, was also charged with DUI and driving despite the suspension of his license and served with a parole warrant.
Lebanon Police began looking for Sharkey early on Saturday after an employee at a local convenience store called dispatchers and reported that a man had just been inside who had been staggering around the business before getting back into his vehicle and driving off north up the interstate.
Police said that during the traffic stop, while officers were speaking with Sharkey, he allegedly attempted to conceal a bundle of heroin from view.
Ryan Sharkey, 35, of Lebanon is facing three felony drug possession charges
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