Police from two towns team up in arrest of Pelham man
July 16. 2017 10:02PM
HUDSON — A Pelham man with a lengthy criminal history was arrested Friday after police from Hudson and Pelham executed an arrest warrant at his Frenette Drive home.
Real Bureau, 35, was arrested on a fugitive warrant out of Dracut, Mass., charging him with dissuading a witness.
Bureau is known to the police. In March, Pelham police served a search warrant at his Hobbs Road residence and seized heroin, marijuana, prescription pills and a digital scale. Besides drug charges, he was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, for allegedly having narcotics within arm's reach of his 3-year-old son.
In December 2014, he was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine and resisting arrest, according to New Hampshire Union Leader archives. And in 2012 he was picked up for parole violations from a 2005 drug charge stemming from Manchester.
After his arrest on Friday, bail was set at $20,000 cash, and Bureau was transported to the Valley Street jail. He is slated to appear in Nashua District Court on Monday morning.