Manchester And Nashua Police Execute Search Warrant At Front Street Residence
Manchester, NH - Thursday morning, members of the Manchester Police Department Special Enforcement Division and SWAT Team, along with a contingency of the Nashua Police SWAT Team, executed a search warrant at 389 Front Street.
This search warrant resulted from an investigation conducted by the Manchester Police Department Anti-Crime Unit into the distribution of Crystal Methamphetamines, Heroin/Fentanyl, and the illegal possession of firearms.
One of the individuals arrested during this search warrant execution initially refused to exit the building. For the community's safety, a portion of Front Street was closed for a time.
In total, four people were arrested.
33-year-old Thomas Pillsbury of Manchester - Possession of Controlled Drug (Methamphetamine), Theft by Unauthorized Taking (Motor Vehicle), and Receiving Stolen Property
39-year-old Emir Velic of Manchester- Resisting Arrest and Merrimack County Warrant for Non- Appearance (Underlying Charge Criminal Threatening w/ a deadly weapon)
26-year-old Cassandra Thornton of Atkinson - Hillsborough Superior Court - North Warrant for Non- Appearance in Court (Underlying Drug and Theft Charges)
51-year-old Juan Negron of Manchester - Falsifying Physical Evidence, Receiving Stolen
Juan Negron was arrested in Concord, NH, by the Concord Police Department, along with Manchester Police Special Enforcement Division Detectives.
Along with these arrests, a large quantity of methamphetamines, heroin, and fentanyl was located and seized, as well as a firearm.
This investigation was supported through Operation Granite Shield.