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Claremont father, son arrested on heroin counts
Roger Colby was charged with four counts of sale of heroin. Each charge is punishable by up to 20 years in prison and a $300,000 fine.
In addition, Claremont and Charlestown police and the New Hampshire Attorney General's Drug Task Force arrested Jeremy Salsi, 42, of Old Claremont Road, Charlestown, in Charleston.
Police said the Colby home was searched as a result of a four-month investigation carried out by Claremont police and the New Hampshire Attorney General's Drug Task Force.
Scott said the Colbys' and Salsi's arrests are not connected, but are related in that they resulted as part of a regionwide investigation of drug crimes.
Agencies involved include Claremont, Charlestown, Goshen and Newport police as well as the state Drug Task Force and the Sullivan County Sheriff's Department.
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