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CONCORD – United States Attorney Scott W. Murray announced that Meghan Bowers, 31, of Candia, New Hampshire and Albert Gordon, 45, of Manchester, New Hampshire, pleaded guilty to participating in a conspiracy to distribute fentanyl.

According to court documents and statements made in court, in the course of an ongoing drug trafficking investigation that included wiretaps of certain telephones, investigating agents learned that on March 7, 2018, an individual intended to travel from New Hampshire to a location in Massachusetts to purchase fentanyl.  Agents conducted surveillance in the area of the transaction and observed a hand-to-hand exchange between a known drug trafficker and the driver of the car at the driver’s side window. The vehicle left Massachusetts and agents followed it directly to New Hampshire.  A New Hampshire State Trooper stopped the vehicle.  During the traffic stop, the Trooper subsequently located an orange bag containing approximately 184 grams of fentanyl.  Gordon and Bowers admitted that another individual had asked them to drive him to Massachusetts to buy drugs and that they had agreed to do so.

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