SALEM — Police were busy Wednesday and early yesterday, making five arrests on drug charges. A sixth man was arrested by Pelham police on Salem warrants. Six other people were arrested on theft charges.
Working on information from and in cooperation with Manchester detectives, police arrested two Lawrence men at about 10 p.m. on charges of conspiracy to sell heroin, according to Deputy police Chief Shawn Patten.
Leonela Delacruz, 20, and Reynaldo Dejesus-Sanchez , 32, allegedly tried to sell 50 grams of heroin to undercover officers. Police were waiting yesterday for a warrant to search their vehicle. Meanwhile, Delacruz and Dejesus-Sanchez were held at the Rockingham County jail, pending their arraignment on the conspiracy charges.
Just past 2 p.m., Shawn Deprey, 21, of New Britain, Conn., was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and transportation of a controlled drug in a motor vehicle.
At 6:02 p.m., Luis Ortiz, 23, and Yeltsin Colon, 22, both of Lawrence, were arrested for arrested for possession of marijuana.
At 1:11 a.m. yesterday, Pelham police arrested Michael Taylor, 24, of Pelham on warrants issued out of Salem. He faces four drug charges, two counts of selling Oxycontin and two counts of transporting a controlled drug. Taylor was later released on $10,000 cash bail.
Two men were arrested at 11 a.m. Wednesday on theft charges.
Theodore Hebert, 23, of Salem was taken into custody on a warrant for felony theft. He was held on a probation violation.
Daniel Crane, 28, of Pelham also was taken in on a warrant for felony theft. He was released on $200 cash bail.
Just before 7 p.m., police arrested two women at the Mall at Rockingham Park. They both were charged with willful concealment from Lord & Taylor. Vielka Gonzalez, 31, of Lawrence and Markienny Feliz, 19, of Lowell both were released on $620 cash bail.
At 7:10 p.m., police found 29-year-old Krystal Clinton of Londonderry hiding in a bathroom at McDonald’s. She was charged with willful concealment from Home Depot. Clinton was later released on $1,000 personal recognizance.
Just minutes before 11 p.m., police arrested Jessica Berry, 22, of Tewksbury after an incident at Kmart.
Berry is charged with willful concealment, resisting arrest and falsifying physical evidence. She was held on $500 cash bail.