- Associated Press - Wednesday, March 25, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Three New Hampshire defendants face 20 years or more in prison after pleading guilty to charges stemming from a large-scale oxycodone ring.

Federal prosecutors say 35-year-old Samuel Garcia, 24-year-old Jennifer Nunez and 28-year-old Johanna Nunez pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy to distribute drugs, possession of a firearm during a drug trafficking crime and other felonies.

Authorities say they were arrested at the Manchester apartment Shared by Garcia and Jennifer Nunez on Aug. 27 after 27-year-old Raul Hernandez delivered 600 oxycodone tablets to them. Hernandez pleaded guilty earlier this month.

Prosecutors say a search of the Eastern Avenue apartment turned up hundreds of additional pills, $30,000 in cash and three guns.

A fifth defendant - 59-year-old Jose Nunez - pleaded guilty earlier this month.

All five will be sentenced in June.

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