Concord woman arrested on drug charges by U.S. Marshals
A Concord woman wanted on drug charges was arrested yesterday by the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force. Jenna Patterson, 26, was taken into custody at a Loudon Road apartment after she was recently identified as the task force’s “Fugitive of the Week.”
Patterson was wanted by the Concord Police Department on outstanding warrants for three counts of possession with intent to distribute heroin, according to a press release. She was also wanted for failing to appear in court on charges of drug possession, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, receiving stolen property and operating a motor vehicle after suspension.
According to the release, officials were led to Patterson through an anonymous tip. She is being held at the county jail in Boscawen and will be arraigned today at Concord’s district court.
Another man, 34-year-old Shaun White of Concord, was also arrested at the apartment yesterday, according to the release. White was charged with parole violations for being in possession of heroin and in the company of a fugitive. He is being held at the state prison in Concord pending a parole board hearing.
According to the release, the Concord police are also considering filing more charges against White relating to possession of heroin and harboring Patterson.
TRICIA L. NADOLNY