Four Nashuans arrested in Granite Shield operation

Abreu

NASHUA – On Friday, Nashua police conducted a Granite Shield operation to arrest four city residents on various charges: Thomas Abreu Jr., Jeanne Bettencourt, Amanda Grazewski and William McNally.

Abreu Jr., 41, of 220 Millwright Drive, Nashua, faces four felony counts for allegedly selling marijuana, as well as an additional felony count of possession with intent to distribute marijuana. He was released on $25,000 personal recognizance bail and will be arraigned Sept. 20.

Bettencourt, 33, of 58 Linton St., Nashua, faces one felony count for allegedly possessing cocaine. She was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and will be arraigned Sept. 20.

Grazewski, 21, of 9 Thayer Court, Apartment 5, Nashua, faces one felony count of alleged common nuisance. She was released on $15,000 personal recognizance bail and will be arraigned on Sept. 20.

McNally, 61, of 36 Mason St., Nashua, faces one felony count of allegedly selling cocaine. He was released on $10,000 personal recognizance bail and will be arraigned Sept. 20.

Bettencourt

These arrests came at the conclusion of investigations into the distribution of illegal drugs in Nashua and were made possible through funding provided by the Granite Shield program.

Residents are urged to call the Narcotics Hotline at 594-3597 or utilize the Nashua Police Department’s website www.NashuaPD.com with any information concerning illegal drug activity. Those with questions should contact Narcotics Intelligence Division Det. Lt. Brian Kenney at 603-594-3591 or Det. Sgt. Matthew DiFava at 603-589-1639.

Grazewski

McNally