LEBANON — Police say a Grantham woman had powdered cocaine, crack cocaine and cash when she was arrested this week.
On Wednesday, Lebanon police officer Emily Winslow and K9 officer Tyler Hewes saw what they said was a suspicious car parked on Hanover Street.
After making contact with the people inside the car, Winslow and Hewes determined the driver, identified as Amy Guyette, 23, of Grantham, and several other people, were involved in drug activity, according to police.
Officer Hewes had his K9, Kymba, sniff the outside of Guyette’s car, and the dog indicated there were drugs present inside, according to police.
A search warrant was obtained for Guyette’s car. During the search, approximately 32 grams of cocaine and 6 grams of crack cocaine were seized, police said. Guyette was also in possession of over $255 in cash and an electronic scale, according to police.
Guyette is charged with possession of a controlled drug, a Class B felony, and possession with intent to sell, a Class A felony. She was released on bail with an April 29 court date at Grafton County Superior Court.
Photo courtesy Lebanon Police Department.
Police say Amy Guyette was dealing cocaine out of her car while in Lebanon this week.