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Prosecutor says woman shot in drug raid will not face federal charges
Neighbors and relatives have identified Lillian Nunez as the resident who was shot when U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration authorities executed a search warrant at 110 Beech St., Apartment 3.
John Kacavas, the U.S. Attorney for New Hampshire, said Lillian Nunez has not been arrested on federal charges. He said the raid on her apartment was conducted by the DEA and Manchester police officers assigned to a DEA task force.
Authorities confiscated 1,600 oxycodone pills and $2,000 in cash when they arrested Johanna Nunez, Jennifer Nunez, Samuel Garcia and Raul A. “Legui” Hernandez last Wednesday, officials said. In court records, police said Hernandez brought oxycodone pills from New York into Manchester; Garcia and the Nunez sisters sold them to users for about $25 apiece.
Three of the four were scheduled Tuesday for court hearings regarding their continued federal detention. Jennifer and Johanna Nunez remain in federal dentention, and Hernandez’ hearing was still taking place late Tuesday afternoon when Kacavas spoke to the New Hampshire Union Leader.
Officials have not named the victim. Authorities said she suffered non-fatal wounds when an officer’s gun discharged during the search.
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