6 charged with selling drugs



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Police picked up a half-dozen accused drug dealers Tuesday and Wednesday, narcotics detectives said. The six suspects were all arrested on warrants for street-level drug sales following an investigation by the narcotics division. The charges are all class B felonies, punishable by a maximum of 3½ to seven years in prison, except for subsequent offenses, which carry up to 7½ to 15 years. Police list the arrests as follows: William Castro, 33, of 36 Allds St., Nashua, charged with three counts of unlawful sale of narcotic drug, cocaine. David Crete, 44, of 6 Burton St., Hudson, charged with three counts of unlawful sale of narcotic drug, crack cocaine (second offense). Trevis Jones, 41, of 3 Chase St., Nashua, charged with four counts of unlawful sale of narcotic drug, crack cocaine (second offense). Carmen Montero, 50, of 34-2 Willow Street, Nashua, charged with three counts of unlawful sale of narcotic drug, cocaine (second offense) and two counts of conspiracy to unlawful sale of narcotic drug, cocaine (second offense). Robert Sperow, 38, of 94 W. Hollis St., Nashua, charged with one count of unlawful sale of narcotic drug, crack cocaine. Aaron Lewis, 51, 49½ Bowers St., Nashua, charged with three counts of unlawful sale of narcotic drug, cocaine (second offense) and two counts of conspiracy to unlawful sale of narcotic drug, cocaine (second offense). – Telegraph Staff

 

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