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Pot sales date to 2008 in Tuesday NH raids
According to court records on file in U.S. District Court in Concord, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration opened an investigation into a drug ring in March 2008 after Oklahoma State Police stopped a Toyota Tundra with New Hampshire license plates being driven by Brandon Anderson in Reno, Okla.
The DEA’s investigation identified a “Drug Trafficking Organization” (DTO) centered in Canada and run by Colgrove that was responsible for distributing marijuana in the United States. The marijuana drug proceeds were transported to Canada and California. In California, the money was used to buy multi-kilogram quantities of cocaine that was brought back to the Granite State and then smuggled into Canada.
One of the five separate raids was at 366 Arah St., a single-family home owned by Alkis Nakos according to the city’s online assessors’ database,
Mara would not say who was arrested.
Nakos previously was convicted of drug trafficking and spent seven years in prison.
He was not injured in the incident, which shattered two windows on his car, but he was the one that ended up back in prison on a parole violation for refusing to allow parole officers to search the premises where he was living at that time.
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