Nashua, Hudson, Milford residents indicted in Hillsborough Court

MANCHESTER – Four local residents are among those for whom indictments were handed up this week by the grand jury for the August term of Hillsborough County Superior Court-North.

An indictment is not an indication, or proof of, guilt, but represents a determination by a grand jury that enough evidence exists for prosecutors to move the case forward in Superior Court.

Pedro Padro, 33, of 3 Van Buren St., Apt. A, Nashua. One count each of possession of a controlled drug, subsequent offense, Class A felony; and operating a vehicle as a habitual offender, Class B felony, for allegedly possessing the drug fentanyl while on release from court, and after being previously convicted of a drug offense, and for driving on a revoked license while a certified habitual offender, on Aug. 1 in Manchester.

Ronnie Drumright, 26, of 93 West St., Apt. 2, Milford. One count of criminal threatening – domestic violence, Class B felony, for allegedly threatening an intimate partner with a hammer, by grabbing the person while holding a hammer and allegedly saying “I want to kill you,” on May 29 in Manchester.

David Dunn, 26, of 8 Linda St., Hudson. One count of possession of a controlled drug, Class B felony, for allegedly possessing fentanyl on May 25 in Manchester.

Douglas Duchesne, 25, of 4 Lilac St., Hudson. One count of possession of a controlled drug, Class B felony, for allegedly possessing fentanyl on May 25 in Manchester.

Dean Shalhoup can be reached at 594-1256, dshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com or @Telegraph_DeanS.