Conway, NH -Three people were arrested as a part of a two-month drug investigation in Conway. According to the Conway Police throughout the past two months they had been investigating 28-year-old Crystal Jones of Conway because it was believed that she was selling Oxycodone from her home on Tasker Hill Road.
On August 12th at around noon Conway Police executed a search warrant of her home and found Jones and three other individuals inside the detached garage were it was believed she was selling Oxycodone. Officers seized an undisclosed amount of Oxycodone 30MG pills, suboxone, drug paraphernalia and $1760.00 in cash.
28-year-old Crystal Jones
Two of the individuals at the home, identified as 36-year-old Arthur Chadwick of Fryeburg and 34-year-old Licia Flagg of Conway, were arrested. Chadwick was charged with possession of controlled/narcotic drugs (Oxycodone) which has a penalty of 3 ½ to 7 years in jail and $25,000 in fines. Flagg was charged with Possession of controlled/narcotic drugs (Suboxone) which has the same penalty.
Jones was charged with possession of controlled drugs, and possession of controlled drugs with the intent to distribute (Oxycodone). The charges she faces carry penalties of 3 ½ to 7 years in jail for each charge as well as $100,000 in fines for the distribution charge and $25,000 in fines for the possession charge.
Jones was held on $500.00 cash bail. Chadwick and Flagg were bailed on personal recognizance that same day.
34-year-old Licia Flagg of Conway(left) and 36-year-old Arthur Chadwick of Fryeburg (Right)
Conway, NH – Republican Presidential hopeful and Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie was in North Conway this morning. Governor Christie held a town hall that packed Horsefeathers Restaurant as part of his North Country Tour. During the Town hall he highlighted his 12-point entitlement reform plan, which includes increasing the retirement age by 2 years over a span of 25 years, as well as means testing social security. He also talked about simplifying the tax code for both individuals and businesses in order to cut federal spending.
When he opened up to questions he was asked about multiple issues.
When asked about immigration reform he said that his 5 point plan would involve building fencing and walls in the urban areas of the boarder, and improve technological surveillance in the rural areas. He also spoke of using E-verify and fingerprints to track visitors from other countries here on Visa’s in order to be sure they return to their home countries when their visa’s run out.
When asked about student loan debt, Governor Christie spoke about the differences between when his wife graduated college and now when his kids will soon graduate. He said that the interest rates should be reflective of what the current federal interest rate is. Adding that if elected he would try to make it so that higher education institutions would have to provide a listing of where the tuition money is going when students get the bill, likening it to a receipt you would get at restaurant.
Audience members also questioned him about the FED, unemployment, the state of the Military, as well as healthcare reform. In response to healthcare Christie said he wants to repeal the affordable care act and replace it with a system where each state governs their own federally approved systems.
For a full look at Governor Christie’s Positions on the Issues Log on to his website Chrischristie.com
Kennett Home Tonight against Merrimack Valley
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After a strong camp and pre-season schedule (2-0), the 2015 season gets kicked off tonight, Friday, September 4 at 7:00pm, as your hometown Eagles take on Merrimack Valley.
The Eagles, (9-0) during the 2014 regular season, (losing to eventual Division II State Champion’s St. Thomas in the semifinals) are strong favorites to defend their North Conference crown, returning many playmakers to this years squad including team Captains Ryan Stevens, Theo Scarlett, Drew McDonald and Senior standout signal caller Will Pollard.
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The Saco River Bridge on Route 16 in Conway is going to be down to one lane starting next week for construction. Beginning next Wednesday September 9th the northbound lane of the bridge will be closed as part of the Conway Village Fire District Sewer Waste Water Interconnect Project. The bridge will be closed Monday through Friday with free flowing traffic on the weekends until October 2nd. The southbound lane will be alternating traffic but commuters are encouraged to find alternative routes.