Police nab seven in Granite Shield drug bust

NASHUA – The city’s war on the opioid addiction epidemic continues with police nabbing seven people this week in a drug investigation.

Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics Intelligence Division, Problem Oriented Policing Unit and Traffic Unit, participating in Operation Granite Shield, arrested seven people Wednesday, charging them for various drug crimes, and various crimes frequently associated with criminal behavior related to drug activity, according to police.

The people arrested are:

Christopher Peak, 48, of 15 Railroad Square, Apt. 10, charged with two felony counts of selling cocaine.

Christopher Freeman-Benjamin, 28, listed as having no fixed address, charged with a felony count of selling crack cocaine.

Virgin Cardona, 48, listed as having no fixed address, charged with felony criminal liability for the conduct of another person, selling crack cocaine.

David Torres, 29, of 82 W. Hollis St., Apt. D, charged with two felony counts of selling crack cocaine.

Adam Parker, 37, of South Street, Apt. C, Milford, is charged with two felony counts of selling heroin, and one felony count of selling cocaine.

Zuleika Cintron-Rosario, 35, of 38 Perham St. 2nd Floor, is charged with four felony counts of selling crack cocaine.

Jesus Collazo, 40, of 8 Blossom St., Apt 3, is charged with three felony counts of selling heroin, and one misdemeanor count of resisting arrest.

Damien Fisher can be reached at 594-1245 or dfisher@nashuatelegraph.com or @Telegraph_DF.