Published DateLACONIA — A Jameson Street man who is on parole was arrested by United States Marshals Drug Task Force and the Laconia Police when they went to his house looking for a woman who they believed to be there.
According to affidavits filed in the 4th Circuit Court, Laconia Division Michael L. Chamberlain, 27, of 19 Jameson St. Apt. C was inside his apartment when police, accompanied by his parole officer, knocked on his door.
When Chamberlain answered that he needed to get some clothes and they heard movement in the apartment, police made entry and found him running out the back door. He was detained by his parole officer.
Police said Chamberlain had two hypodermic needles, a small bag with three white rocks, a small bag of green vegetative matter, and a bag of orange pills identified as a controlled stimulant.
After applying and getting search warrant, police found three different sets of as yet unidentified pills, some drug paraphernalia, a bag of white powder, a pair of brass knuckles, and a police baton.
The original target of the search was not found at the home.
Det. Chris Noyes said police were asking for and received $10,000 cash only bail believing Chamberlain was a danger to the community and there was a high likelihood that he would continue to use and sell drugs.
It is not known why Chamberlain was on parole but he was arrested by Laconia Police in 2009 for a robbery at the South Main Street Dunkin' Donuts.