Lebanon drug arrests net five so far this month


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New Hampshire and Vermont residents arrested

LEBANON - Working with the New Hampshire Attorney General's Drug Task Force and the Probation and Parole Department, Lebanon Police announced the arrests of five drug suspects that have taken place over the past week.

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    Dillion McCarthy, 25, of Lebanon was arrested on May 3rd and charged with felony possession of heroin. McCarthy will be arraigned on May 21st in the Grafton County Superior Court. 

Dillion McCarthy, 25, of Lebanon has been charged with felony possession of heroin

    Darryl Strong, 38, of White River Junction, Vermont was arrested on May 4th and charged with felony possession of heroin.  Strong will be arraigned on May 21st in the Grafton County Superior Court. 

    In early 2016, Strong was arrested in White River Junction with 176 bags of heroin and $2,000 in cash in his car and charged with heroin trafficking which was later amended down to felony possession of heroin.  As part of a plea deal later that year Strong was given a 6-month-to-4-year sentence and ordered to participate in an "intensive outpatient drug treatment program."

Darryl Strong, 38, of White River Junction, Vermont has been charged with felony possession of heroin

    John Little, 44 of Lebanon was arrested on May 7th and charged with felony counts of possession a cocaine and falsifying physical evidence.  Police said the falsifying physical evidence charge came about because Little ingested some of the drugs during his arrest.  Little was transported to the Grafton County House of Corrections pending his arraignment. 

    In 2006, Little was convicted of robbing the front desk of the Hotel Coolidge in White River Junction of $89 after he and a friend had been drinking in a nearby bar.  He was sentenced to two years in connection with that hold-up in which a desk clerk said Little implied he had a gun but did not display one.

John Little, 44 of Lebanon has been charged with felony counts of possession a cocaine and falsifying physical evidence

    Andrew Lohmann, 25, of Lebanon was arrested on May 9th and charged with felony possession of methamphetamine.  Lohmann was transported to the Grafton County House of Corrections pending his arraignment.

    Lohmann has a history of convictions in Vermont for violating court orders, including a 2015 incident in which he was arrested for violating a restraining order just hours after a judge gave him a 4-to-8-month suspended sentence for violating a restraining order against the same woman.

Andrew Lohmann, 25, of Lebanon was arrested on May 9th and charged with felony possession of methamphetamine

    Mindy Boisvert, 41, of Thetford, Vermont was arrested on May 9th and charged with felony possession of a methamphetamine.  Boisvert will be arraigned in the Grafton County Superior Court on May 21st. 

Mindy Boisvert, 41, of Thetford, Vermont has been charged with felony possession of a methamphetamine

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