Marijuana, stalking allegations and a shotgun result in West Lebanon arrests
White River Junction woman held overnight in jail
WEST LEBANON, NH - A tip from a concerned citizen about suspected drug activity at a West Lebanon apartment building on New Years Day led to arrests of a White River Junction woman and recent transplant from South Carolina, Lebanon Police reported.
Sarah Peterson, 52, of White River Junction is being charged with a felony count of possession of marijuana with intent to sell as well as two misdemeanor counts of stalking. Lebanon Police said the stalking charges came about because Peterson had allegedly gone within 300 feet of someone who'd taken a protective order out against her. Peterson was held overnight at the Grafton County jail pending an arraignment scheduled for Tuesday,
Timothy Dobson, 32, of West Lebanon, a former South Carolina resident, was also arrested during the same investigation on a felony charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm after Lebanon Police said they found Dobson had a shotgun in his residence. He was released on $7,500
personal recognizance bail and is due to be arraigned at the
Grafton County Superior Court on January 16, 2018.
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