Police looking for man suspected of heroin sales from a hotel room in Lebanon
New London woman has already been charged in connection with 500 bag bust
LEBANON, NH - A Springfield, Massachusetts man who was one of two suspected drug dealers police focused in on a week ago after receiving a tip about suspicious activity at a local hotel remains at large.
After receiving the tip mid-afternoon last Wednesday about alleged heroin sales taking place from the hotel room, Lebanon patrol officers went there and made contact with the occupants of the room who were identified as Mary Rose Dimauro, 34, of New London and Angel L. Tua, 26, of Springfield, Massachusetts.
"Based on observations made by the investigating officers, a search warrant was sought and granted by the Lebanon District Court authorizing a search of the hotel room. Officers subsequently located, and seized, approximately 500 bags of Heroin packaged for sale, inside the room, along with Marijuana and drug paraphernalia," the Lebanon Police Department announced today in a press release.
Evidence seized from the hotel room (Lebanon Police Department photo)
Dimauro was subsequently arrested and charged with Possession of Heroin with the Intent to Sell, a Class B Felony. She was later released on $2,000 Personal Recognizance Bail with a court date of June 11, 2018 in the Grafton County Superior Court.
Angel L. Tua is currently wanted on the charge of possession of heroin with intent to sell. Tua’s last known address is in Springfield, Massachusetts and his whereabouts are currently unknown. Anyone with information on Tua’s location is asked to contact the Lebanon Police Department at 603-448-1212 or information can also be submitted anonymously to Tip Line, 603-448-CLUE, or online at LebanonNH.gov/CLUE.
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