Check on “Suspicious” Vehicle Leads to Drug-Related Arrest

(Lebanon Police Dept.)

On April 10, at approximately 3:48 PM, Lebanon Police Officers Emily Winslow and K9 Officer Tyler Hewes observed a "suspicious" vehicle parked on Hanover Street in Lebanon, NH. After making contact with the subjects inside the vehicle, “officers determined that the driver, identified as Amy Guyette, age 23 of Grantham, NH, and several other parties, were [allegedly] involved in drug activity," said Lebanon Police Chief Richard Mello. “Officer Hewes deployed K9 Kymba for an exterior sniff of the vehicle, where a positive alert for the presence of narcotics was [allegedly] indicated.”

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 According to Mello, a search warrant was subsequently sought and granted for Guyette’s vehicle. During the search, approximately 32 grams of cocaine and 6 grams of crack cocaine allegedly were seized. Guyette allegedly was also in possession of over $255 in cash and an electronic scale, said Mello in his statement. 

(Lebanon Police Dept.)

Guyette was charged with Possession of the Controlled Drugs, a Class B Felony, and Possession with Intent to Sell, a Class A Felony. Guyette was released on personal recognizance bail with a Grafton County Superior Court date of April 29, 2019. 


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