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Franconia man gets up to 12 years for selling crack, cocaine
HAVERHILL — A Franconia man has been sentenced to up to 12 years in prison following convictions on drug charges, Grafton County Attorney Lara Saffo said in a news release issued Friday.
Orlando Torres, 32, was convicted in Grafton County Superior Court in North Haverhill on four counts of selling crack cocaine and one count of selling cocaine.
Torres was sentenced to a total of six to 12 years in the New Hampshire State Prison on three of the counts, and was given a suspended sentence of seven-and-a-half to 15 years on the fourth count. That sentence was suspended for 10 years, Saffo said in the release, which did not have information on the amounts of drugs involved, or when or where the offenses occurred.
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