Concord police arrest 3 after month-long drug probe
From left: Myk Neuner, 25; Kelsey McCarthy, 22; and Nathan Sarazin, 22. The police say Neuner and McCarthy sold cocaine, methamphetamines and Oxycodone, among other drugs. Sarazin was charged with controlling a premises where drugs are kept. The police say Neuner and McCarthy got the drugs from an apartment building at 51 Storrs Street owned by CATCH Neighborhood Housing where Sarazin lives.
Myk Neuner, 25.
Kelsey McCarthy, 22.
Nathan Sarazin, 22.
The police have filed a string of charges against a Concord couple accused of selling cocaine, methamphetamines and Oxycodone, among other drugs.
Myk Neuner, 25, and Kelsey McCarthy, 22, were arrested yesterday following a month-long investigation, according to Concord police Lt. Timothy O’Malley. O’Malley declined to discuss how the investigation began but said the two have each been charged with selling drugs on multiple occasions. They are also facing several charges of criminal liability for the conduct of another for instances where they aided in the sale but did not transfer the drugs themselves, according to O’Malley.
“One’s setting it up, the other is selling it, and then vice versa,” O’Malley said.
The police have also charged someone who resides in the apartment where the police believe Neuner and McCarthy received the drugs. Nathan Sarazin has been charged with controlling a premises where drugs are kept. Sarazin lives at Mennino Place, an apartment building at 51 Storrs Street owned by CATCH Neighborhood Housing.
The police have not charged 22-year-old Sarazin with selling the drugs to Neuner and McCarthy, but O’Malley said the investigation is still open and more charges could be filed.
Neuner and McCarthy, who live at 82 Fisherville Road, were arraigned yesterday at Concord’s district court where both were held on cash bails, $30,000 for Neuner and $16,000 for McCarthy. The two are also accused of selling marijuana and Dilaudid.
Sarazin was held on a $5,000 cash bail and is scheduled to be arraigned today.
The Attorney General’s drug unit and the United States Marshal’s Service also aided in the investigation, according to the police.