Franklin man pleads guilty to methamphetamine traffickingBy PAUL FEELY
New Hampshire Union Leader
May 15. 2018 8:54PM
CONCORD — A 53-year-old meth dealer from Franklin pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to drug trafficking charges.
Brian Sanborn, of Franklin, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Concord to possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, U.S. Attorney Scott Murray announced Tuesday.
Sanborn will be sentenced on Sept. 4.
According to court documents and statements in court, on Dec. 8, 2017, New Hampshire State Police executed search warrants at Sanborn’s home in Franklin and found approximately 17 grams of nearly pure methamphetamine in the basement of the house. That same day Sanborn, who was previously convicted of felonies, was found to have seven firearms — including four revolvers, two shotguns, and an SKS rifle — in his possession.
Also arrested during the same raid were Sande Lamanuzzi, 51, also of Franklin, who was charged with possession with intent to distribute narcotics and four counts of felony possession of controlled drugs. A third individual, Angela Linteau, 31, of Laconia, was arrested on a no-bail drug warrant issued out of Belknap County Superior Court.