Published DateLACONIA — A former Gilford Avenue man was sentenced to serve 12 months in the Belknap County House of Corrections after pleading guilty to two counts of possession of a controlled drug with the intent to distribute and one count of possession of a controlled drug.
Kyle McIntyre, 30, must also undergo a substance abuse assessment and participate in the recommended follow-up plan as required within 30 days of his release.
He was also sentenced to serve six months to three years in the N.H. State Prison for possession of LSD but the sentence was suspended pending good behavior and the adherence to the above conditions.
According to police affidavits, McIntyre was arrested in May of 2012 after what was a one month investigation triggered by a source who told police in December of 2010 that he was "dealing crystal meth from his residence."
Using a confidential information, police were able to make four purchases of marijuana from him over about a six week period of time.
After getting a warrant for his arrest, police apprehended McIntyre while he was a passenger in his girlfriend's car. After being read his rights, McIntyre made incriminating statements as to what police may find if they went to his house.
During a search of his home, police found Police said they recovered methamphetamine, LSD and marijuana in the residence as well as an undisclosed amount of cash.
McIntyre's attorney Mark Sisti tried to get the evidence suppressed because of the lack of credibility of the confidential informant and the time of the first complaint in 2010 until the actual controlled purchases in 2012 but Judge James O'Neill IV denied his motion.
A charge of possession of methamphetamine was not prosecuted.