New Ipswich pair face heroin charges



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Milford police and the New Hampshire Drug Task Force said Tuesday that they arrested two New Ipswich residents in connection with a heroin bust earlier this month. Sarah A. Crosby, 23, of 221 Ashburnham Road, New Ipswich, is charged with one count of sale of a narcotic drug, believed to be heroin. The second person taken into custody, Zackery P. Hutchinson, 23, of the same address, was charged with being an accomplice for driving Crosby to Milford to make the sale. The pair were arrested with a large amount of heroin, said Richard Farrell, state Drug Task Force executive officer. "This would be a nice grab anywhere in New Hampshire," he said. The bust took place April 2 at 8 p.m. at 58 Nashua St., according to court documents. The address corresponds to the address at Shaw's in Lorden Plaza in Milford. The suspects set the terms of the sale, including the location, said Farrell. Both suspects been released on $10,000 personal recognizance bail. They are due to appear in Milford District Court on May 27. Additional information about the arrest was unavailable Tuesday. Milford police will hold a press conference on the arrests at the police station on Garden Street at 3 p.m. today. Edit ModuleShow Tags
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