Several alleged drug dealers indicted in N.H. in past 1 year

A number of alleged heroin and crack cocaine dealers have been indicted in New Hampshire in the past one-year period, according to information released by the Hillsborough County Superior Court.

As per available information, Michelle Upshaw, a 29-year-old resident of Commonwealth Avenue in Concord, was indicted for felony possession of a controlled drug diazepam in Nashua in October 2015.

Emily Atwood, a 36-year-old resident of Main Street in Brookline, was indicted for 6 counts of felony receiving stolen property, 3 felony forgery counts, and a couple of felony counts of possession of a controlled substances/drugs like alprazolam and amphetamine, on last Christmas Eve.

In addition, Atwood allegedly forged more than $1,280 in checks between December 15th and 24th last year. Previously, she was convicted of accepting stolen property in September 2009 in Salem District Court. Again in 2013, she was convicted of theft by unauthorized taking in Nashua District Court.

Nashua’s 27-year-old Ferdinand Garcia was indicted on three counts of sale of a narcotic drug — heroin. He allegedly sold the banned substance to an individual working with the Nashua Police Department. Previously, he was convicted of possession of drugs in May 2015.

Willie Herring, a 45-year-old resident of Lowell, MA, was indicted on three felony counts of sale of crack cocaine. He was caught selling cocaine in March last year.

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