Bust began as routine traffic stop
LEBANON - An Enfield man who'd been released on pre-trial conditions following an October arrest for heroin possession was busted again on Wednesday and now faces an additional set of felony counts alleging possession of narcotic drugs.
Andrew Lohmann, 25, of Enfield allegedly tried to give police the slip when he spotted a cruiser turning around on him on Interchange Drive after he allegedly committed a minor motor vehicle violation mid-afternoon Wednesday.
Lebanon Police Sergeant Brady Harwood sharked around the area and spotted Lohmann's vehicle a short time later in the parking lot of the Colonial Plaza. Police said their subsequent investigation "revealed that Lohmann was in possession of two bundles of heroin and a small bag of methamphetamine."
Lohmann had also been charged by police in Lebanon with possession of heroin back on October 24th and then released following his arraignment at the Grafton County Superior Court on a set of pre-trial conditions that included a prohibition against possessing regulated drugs without a valid prescription.
The new arrest resulted in a violation of those conditions being filed against Lohmann as well.
Lohmann, who was also a resident of Wilder, Vermont in recent years, was ordered held overnight on $3,000 cash bail pending his arraignment on the new charges.
Andrew Lohmann, 25, of Enfield is being charged with two new counts of Class B felony possession of narcotic drugs.
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