Nashua man gets 3 years over drugs


A Nashua man was sentenced to almost three years in federal prison after admitting to selling cocaine to undercover police officers. Timothy Demontier, 53, pleaded guilty to selling crack and powder cocaine to undercover officers in Manchester three times between October 2006 and February 2007, according to Michael Gunnison, New Hampshire’s acting U.S. attorney. U.S. District Court Judge Joseph DiClerico Jr., sentenced Demontier to 33 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release during a Wednesday hearing. He will also be required to attend a drug treatment program, Gunnison said. Demontier pleaded guilty July 22, 2008, Gunnison said. Manchester police investigated the case along with the state Attorney General’s Drug Task Force and State Police. Assistant U.S. Attorney Mark Irish prosecuted the case, Gunnison said. – JOSEPH COTE
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