- Associated Press - Thursday, January 5, 2017

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A Massachusetts man has pleaded guilty in New Hampshire federal court to conspiracy charges involving oxycodone, cocaine, and a gun.

Court documents say 32-year-old Juan Rojas, of Haverhill, Massachusetts, said he and others participated in the distribution of the drugs in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. During a court-authorized wiretap investigation, police intercepted calls in which Rojas obtained quantities of oxycodone and cocaine, which he then supplied to others. The calls also showed another man got a firearm from Rojas in a plan to rob a drug dealer.

Rojas was arrested in August 2015. He’s scheduled to be sentenced May 10.

Rojas is one of six people indicted by a grand jury on drug-related charges. All of the others have pleaded guilty and await sentencing.

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