Hartland Woman Charged in Heroin Case
Arrested in Lebanon
On June 7 at approximately 8:00 a.m., the Lebanon Police Department and the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Drug Task Force were conducting an investigation into the distribution of heroin in the City of Lebanon, said Lebanon Police Chief Richard Mello in a press release. While conducting surveillance of a local parking lot on Main Street, officers made contact with a female subject who had driven into the lot and was "believed to be involved in drug distribution", said Mello. After making contact with the woman, over 30 bags of heroin were allegedly recovered from her person, said the police in the statement.
Hannah Olmsted, age 25, of Hartland, VT, was arrested and charged with one count of Possession of the Narcotic Drug Heroin with the Intent to Distribute, a Class B Felony.
Olmsted was subsequently released by a Bail Commissioner from the 2nd Circuit Court on $5,000 Personal Recognizance Bail and will be arraigned on June 25 in the Grafton County Superior Court.