A Friday press release by Manchester Police stated that a two year multi-agency drug investigation culminated on Thursday with the arrest of an Auburn, NH man, who police allege had been selling drugs in and around the City of Manchester.
Leon Labrie, 49, was charged with two felony counts of Sale of a Controlled Drug.
Police stated that late in the afternoon hours of Thursday, the Manchester Police Special
Enforcement Division, in conjunction with the New Hampshire State Police Narcotics Investigative Unit and the Auburn Police Department executed a search warrant at the home of Leon Labrie, of Auburn, NH.
Police said the Manchester Police SWAT team assisted in the execution of the search warrant, and once inside, officers discovered and seized what police described as, “a plethora of illegal drugs.” Among the seized items was Cocaine, Psilocybin Mushrooms, Oxycodone, steroids and material consistent with the packaging and sales of illegal drugs.
Labrie was taken into custody on the New Hampshire State Police warrants without incident and his bail was set at $20,000 cash or surety. Police estimated the current street value of the seized narcotics to be in excess of $13,000.
Source: Manchester Police Department
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