LACONIA - A woman free on bail was arrested again Wednesday on an outstanding warrant, but more charges are expected after a search of her residence allegedly turned up 180 grams of fentanyl, a pound of cocaine, Suboxone and ecstasy pills, $16,000 in cash and a handgun.
Anjelica Olivo, 26, was wanted on an outstanding warrant for drug sales, but additional distribution charges will be forthcoming for the drugs uncovered by the search, according to New Hampshire State Police.
The arrest and search of Olivo residence at 123 Union Ave. are the result of a months-long Granite Shield narcotics investigation, they said.
State police noted Olivo was free on bail for earlier drug charges out of Salem, but is now being held in lieu of $50,000 cash bail on the new charges. She is scheduled to be arraigned April 18 in Belknap County Superior Court.
State police's Narcotics Investigations Unit and Mobile Enforcement Unit, Laconia and Tilton police, the New Hampshire Attorney General's office and the Belknap County Drug Task Forces all participated in executing the arrest.
"The collaborative effort of the participating law enforcement agencies was essential in bringing this investigation to a successful conclusion," state police said.