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Prison Chef Charged with Bringing Drugs to Inmates

Charles Hanson is charged with delivery of articles to prisoners

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    Prison Chef Charged with Bringing Drugs to Inmates
    New Hampshire State Police
    Charles Hanson.

    A chef at a New Hampshire prison has been charged with attempting to bring in more than $67,000 worth of drugs to inmates.

    Charles Hanson, 49, of North Woodstock, is charged with delivery of articles to prisoners, a Class B felony. He is free on personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to be arraigned on Dec. 29 in Berlin District Court.

    Police said Hanson was attempting to bring a large amount of controlled drugs to inmates at the Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility in Berlin, where he worked as a chef.

    The investigation is ongoing and more arrests may be forthcoming.

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