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Lincoln residents facing drug charges in Manchester
Detectives Richard Valenti Jr. and Aaron Brown pulled over a vehicle Tuesday after they said it made an improper turn before pulling into the Granite Credit Union parking lot.
They noticed a small plastic bag on the seat next to the driver, identified as Thomas Hebert, 23, of 51 Church St. A spoon and a liquid-filled needle was next to the passenger, Krystal O'Brien, 22, of the same address, according to police.
Investigators said the bag contained a small quantity of a brown, powdery substance consistent with heroin, and the needle and spoon contained a liquid substance consistent with "cooked" heroin.
Both were arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled drug, heroin.
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