- Associated Press - Friday, March 14, 2014

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) - Police in Nashua, N.H., say they’ve arrested 14 people in a three-day drug sweep following an investigation that lasted several months.

The investigations used undercover officers and/or confidential informants.

Those arrested Tuesday through Thursday age in range from 17 to 51 and the charges include sale and possession charges of prescription drugs, heroin, crack cocaine, and marijuana.

Police said during the investigation, detectives learned that several people were selling heroin from a rooming house. Five of the people arrested are accused of dealing drugs from the house.

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