Police in Nashua, New Hampshire, have arrested a fourth person in an investigation into the distribution of drugs throughout the city.
Jairo Rodriguez, 17, of Nashua, was arrested Nov. 19 on an active warrant. He was charged with three counts of selling heroin and one count of selling crack cocaine.
He was arraigned Thursday and held on $100,000 bail.
The first arrest in the investigation was made on Nov. 3. Manuel Rodriguez, 22, of Nashua, was arrested on an active warrant. He was charged with selling crack cocaine and heroin, among other charges.
Two juvenile males were also arrested in the investigation on Nov. 3. They were charged with multiple counts of selling crack cocaine and heroin. Police say evidence indicates the two juveniles sold drugs under Manuel’s employment.
Because of that, he was charged with a felony count of drug enterprise leader.
A probable cause hearing was held for him on Nov. 18, and his bail was set at $75,000.