Five arrested in Seabrook fentanyl-heroin crackdown
February 23. 2018 10:54PM
SEABROOK — A lengthy investigation by Seabrook police Friday yielded five arrests and charges of running a heroin and fentanyl drug-selling operation in town.
All five individuals are residents of Seabrook and were arrested following a search warrant served on an apartment at the Pinecrest Woods Condominiums on Folly Mill Terrace, according to Seabrook police officials.
Erica Brousseau, 37, faces four felony counts of selling a controlled drug while Francisco Rivera, 36, and Robert Wright, 32, are charged with two felony counts of conspiracy to sell drugs.
James Boisvert, 32, and Derek Boisvert, 35, each face one drug possession charge.
All five are being held on $5,000 cash bail and are scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Rockingham County Superior Court, officials said.
State Police assisted with the arrests, which were associated with the Granite Shield opioid reduction effort. Also assisting were police from Greenland, Hampton, Newington, Portsmouth and the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office.
Anyone with information on this matter should contact Seabrook Police Detective Sgt. Dan Lawrence at 474-5200.