Grantham woman is focus of drug bust on Hanover Street in Lebanon

LEBANON - A 23-year-old Grantham, New Hampshire woman was busted mid-afternoon Wednesday after a pair of Lebanon police officers said they observed a suspicious vehicle parked on Hanover Street with several people inside it.

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    Officers Emily Winslow and Tyler Hewes ended up using "Kymba," who is Officer Hewes' police canine, to do an exterior "sniff" of the vehicle.

    After Kymba signaled a "positive alert" for the presence of narcotics, police sought a search warrant, which was eventually granted.

    Police said the subsequent search turned up approximately 32 grams of cocaine and 6 grams of crack and led to the arrest of the vehicle's driver, Amy Guyette.

    Police said Guyette was also in possession of over $255 in cash and an electronic scale.

    Guyette was charged with a felony count each for possession of controlled drugs and possession with intent to sell before she was released on personal recognizance bail with a citation ordering her to appear on April 29th to answer the charges in Grafton County Superior Court.

Amy Guyette, 23, of Grantham, New Hampshire is facing felony drug charges


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