Chichester man sentenced for selling fentanyl

Published: 4/22/2021 4:49:15 PM
ChichesterMan arrested on drug charges

A man from Chichester has been sentenced this week for the distribution of fentanyl, 20 months after he and two co-defendants from Bow were arrested during an undercover operation focused on fighting drug overdoses.

Travis Dunn, 31, of Chichester was ordered to serve 21 months in federal prison after pleading guilty last fall to aiding and abetting his co-defendants, acting United States Attorney John Farley announced Thursday.

According to court documents and statements made in court, Dunn drove two others – Michael Briand, 29, and Megan Judd, 27, both of Bow – to Lawrence, Mass., to pick up drugs for redistribution in New Hampshire.

The three, all of whom later pleaded guilty, were arrested on the return trip to New Hampshire, after selling fentanyl to an individual who was cooperating with Nashua detectives.

Dunn’s codefendants were sentenced last year. Briand received 22 months in December, while Judd pleaded guilty in November and was sentenced to time served.

Ray Duckler

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