The defense is not contesting an arrest warrant issued this week for a Wells River woman and habitual offender who was charged in early 2023 with repeat felony drug possession and intent to distribute in Northumberland. In July, a Coos Superior Court grand jury indicted Tabitha Allen, 39, on two special class felony counts of possessing quantities of heroin/crack cocaine and methamphetamine and two Class A felony counts of subsequent possession of methamphetamine and buprenorphine in March 2021 in Northumberland, all following a felony drug conviction at Hillsborough Superior Court in New Hampshire in January 2021. At the time of her March arrest, Northumberland police had also charged with Allen with two Class A felony counts of drug possession with intent to distribute and one Class B felony count of falsifying physical evidence following a motor vehicle stop in the parking lot of Ocean State Job Lot, off of Route 3. At the time of the arrest, Northumberland Police Chief Peter Pelletier said the estimated 40 grams of methamphetamine and 20 grams of fentanyl uncovered were large enough to indicate distribution and not just personal consumption.
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