Published DateBRISTOL — Police said yesterday that a Grafton County grand jury has indicted a local man on charges on manufacturing methamphetamine.
Acting on a tip, police said Christopher Corum, 36, who last known address was 229 Pleasant St. was arrested at noon September 4 after police and members of the N.H. State Police Clandestine Drug Team surrounded his former home.
Police evacuated the Pleasant Street building and arrested Corum "without incident," said Police Chief Michael Lewis at the time.
Police spent eight hours at the scene and said they defused a single pot of methamphetamine.
Police also said a former Rite Aid employee was indicted for theft by unauthorized taking for allegedly taking money from her employer.
Det. Sgt. Timothy Woodward said Naomi Ames, 33, whose last known address was 61 Spring St. Apt. 3 was allegedly using made-up items to scan as returns and pocketing the cash.
Woodward said Rite Aid's internal operations detected the alleged theft and brought it to the attention of the Bristol Police and the Grafton County Attorney.