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Operation Granite Shield nets 3 on drug, weapon charges in Franklin

December 09. 2017 9:41PM
From left are Brian Sanborn, Sande Lamanuzzi and Angela Linteau (NH State Police)

FRANKLIN — An Operation Granite Shield raid Friday night resulted in two search warrants and three criminal arrests on a multitude of drug and weapon charges in Franklin, police announced.

The New Hampshire State Police Narcotics and Investigations Unit, State Police S.W.A.T. Team, federal Drug Enforcement Administration and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives teamed with Franklin and Tilton police in the operation.

A court-approved warrant at 349 Victory Drive resulted in three arrests.

Brian Sanborn, 52, of Franklin was charged with felony sale of heroin and sale of methamphetamine, nine counts of possession of firearms, two counts of violating a restraining order and three counts of receiving stolen property.

Sanborn was held without bail at the Merrimack County House of Corrections in Boscawen.

He will be arraigned Monday in Merrimack County Superior Court.

Sande Lamanuzzi, 51, was charged with possession with intent to distribute narcotics and four counts of felony possession of controlled drugs.

He refused bail and had the same arraignment date scheduled as Sanborn did.

The third individual, Angela Linteau, 31, of Laconia, was arrested on a no-bail drug warrant issued out of Belknap County Superior Court.

She too is held at the county jail and has a Monday arraignment date on her charge.

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