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Nashua police arrest four on drug-related charges

May 30. 2018 10:10PM

Arrested in Nashua on drug-related charges were top, from left, Max Brown and Joanne Harden and bottom, from left, Clifton Dubois and Karay Branch. 

NASHUA — Police arrested four people Tuesday on drug-related charges as part of the ongoing Granite Shield program, a news release said.

Max Brown, 38, and Joanne Harden, 28, of 3 Cross St., Apt. 1, were each charged with one count of sale of heroin and one of possession of heroin, each a second-offense felony allowing for enhanced penalties, police said. Brown and Harden each were held on $25,000 cash/surety bail and were scheduled for arraignment Wednesday.

Clifton Dubois, 44, of 147 Turkey Hill Road, Merrimack, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear in Hillsborough County Superior Court South for arraignment on a charge of heroin possession, according to police. Dubois was held on $650 dollars cash bail and was scheduled for arraignment Wednesday.

Karay Branch, 34, of 7 Mason St., Apt. E, was charged with a felony count of possession of suboxone, a misdemeanor charge of possession of the prescription drug Gabapentin and a bench warrant from Milford Circuit Court, police said. Branch refused bail and was arraigned Wednesday.

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