Nashua woman arrested for trading drugs for stolen merchandise
A Nashua woman was arrested and slapped with various drug charges as part of a police investigation into the sale of banned substances from her home, authorities confirmed on Wednesday.
Police launched an investigation into Lisa Dorval’s activities in January this year, after receiving multiple reports and complaints about a high amount of toot traffic coming in and out of her home at 14 Merrill Street in Nashua.
When officers executed a search warrant, the woman was found in possession of a controlled substance called oxycodone hydrochloride along with marijuana and a lots of prescription pills.
She allegedly possesses the drugs with the intent to sell them to other people.
Police officers also uncovered a massive amount of stolen merchandise in her home.
Thus she was charged with multiple counts of possessing controlled substances along with one count of receiving stolen property. Investigators said she was trading banned substances for stolen merchandise.
After being arraigned on Tuesday, Dorval is currently being held in jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.
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