Police: New Hampshire man caught with 300 bags of heroin

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An Upper Valley man has been charged with numerous counts of heroin possession with the intent to distribute after officers allegedly found 300 bags of heroin in his vehicle during a traffic stop.

Keagan Sharkey, 30, of Hanover was pulled by Lebanon police April 5 on Route 120. Sharkey was already wanted on drug charges stemming from a February traffic stop that turned up more than 200 bags of heroin in his vehicle.

A second search warrant executed last week on Sharkey’s 2001 Honda Accord found 300 more bags of heroin, as well as $1,600 in cash. He was released on bond and is scheduled to be arraigned in Grafton County Superior Court on April 22..

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