26 May Manchester man faces extended prison sentences for drug charges | Crime
MANCHESTER — Prosecutors have said they will seek extended prison sentences for a man indicted earlier this month on several drug trafficking charges.
Jonathan Sargent, 36, of 59 Elm St., Manchester, faces trafficking charges involving fentanyl, methamphetamine and LSD.
A Hillsborough County grand jury sitting in Manchester handed up the indictments earlier this month.
The indictments all list April 18 as the date of the alleged crime and list Tessa Yapor as a co-defendant. Prosecutors want a sentence of 10 to 30 years on the fentanyl and two methamphetamine trafficking charges; 20 to 40 years on the LSD charges.
Other indictments include:
- William Sanders, 51, of 526 Notre Dame Ave., who faces six felony sex crime charges involving a 14-year-old girl earlier this year.
- Noah Hodges, 20, of 62 Salisbury Road, Mont Vernon, who faces three charges alleging felony sex crimes against a girl under the age of 13 in January. He faces 11 felony sex crime charges stemming from alleged sexual contact with a girl between the ages of 13 and 16 in December 2016.
- Dezereih Gionet, 23, of 335 Amherst St., faces charges of arson and reckless conduct. She allegedly set fire to an occupied house at 279 Silver St. on Jan. 30. She faces seven reckless conduct charges, each signifying a different resident of the house at the time. She also faces an escape charge for trying to hide under a hospital bed from police.
- Clifton Caron, 27, of 455 Union St. Caron faces 12 burglary charges and three theft charges stemming from a string of burglaries in February. The alleged burglaries include Sandler Training, Fresenius Kidney Center, Brady-Sullivan Maintenance, the National Education Association, Certified Public Accountants, Fit-Wise Gym, Catholic Medical Center Amoskeag Practice, Summit LLC, Nephrology Associates. He’s also charged with stealing $300 from Grace Episcopal Church and violating bail conditions.