The Recorder – State Police arrest NH man on drug, motorcar expenses in Bernardston


Revealed: 7/5/2019 8:35:02 PM

A motorcar cease on Route 10 in Bernardston Friday morning led to the arrest of a New Hampshire man on drug and motorcar expenses, in accordance with State Police.

At about 3:50 a.m., Trooper Michael Leslie noticed a 2010 Acura MDX touring on Route 91 Northbound in Bernardston and decided that the registered proprietor had a suspended driver’s license, State Police stated.  He caught as much as the automobile and stopped it on Route 10 close to Merrifield Street in Bernardston. 

State Police stated Trooper Leslie arrested the operator, Nicholas Doolittle, 24, of Winchester, N.H. after figuring out he had a suspended license. Throughout a search, the trooper positioned THC merchandise and a considerable amount of money on Doolittle’s particular person. He discovered extra THC, marijuana merchandise and money contained in the automobile throughout a list. 

Doolittle was transported to the State Police Barracks in Shelburne Falls and booked on the next expenses: possession with intent to distribute a Class D substance; unlicensed operation of a motorcar; and registration not in possession.

State Police stated objects seized on this investigation included containers of Dabs (THC), marijuana edibles, marijuana vape oil cartridges, THC packets, marijuana, objects in step with the packaging and sale of narcotics, and greater than $16,000 in money.

Doolittle was held on $5,000 bail pending his arraignment in Greenfield District Courtroom later that day.


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