Arrest Announced Following Two-Month Long Drug Investigation
Bail Set at $100,000 Cash Only
Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase announced today that on April 9, following an approximate two-month joint investigation of the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Drug Task Force and Claremont Police Department, the following subject was arrested on a warrant: Samantha Davis, 27, Claremont, NH.
According to Chase, Davis was arrested on one count of Conspiracy to Commit Sale of Controlled Drugs. She was subsequently charged with one count of conspiracy to commit sale of controlled drug, and one count of sale of a substance represented to be a controlled drug. Chase said in a release that “It is further alleged that Davis was released on bail from the Sullivan Superior Court at the time of this offense. She had been previously arrested by the Claremont Police Department and Drug Task Force on January 31, and charged with multiple counts of Conspiracy to Commit Sale of Controlled Drugs and multiple counts of Possession of Controlled Drugs With Intent to Distribute.”
Davis was initially held at the Sullivan County House of Corrections pending arraignment in the Sullivan Superior Court on April 10. She was arraigned before the Sullivan Superior Court on April 10 where bail was set in the amount of $100,000.00 cash only bail.
“The criminal investigation remains ongoing at this time and further charges are anticipated,” said Chase.
Investigators were assisted by the Sullivan County Department of Corrections and the New Hampshire State Police. Prosecution of this matter is being handled by the Sullivan County Attorney’s Office. Anyone with information about this investigation is encouraged to contact Claremont Police Detective Captain Stephen A. Lee at (603)542-7010 or email@example.com.