LACONIA — Kimberly Moore, 22, a transient from Laconia, faces charges of possession of fentanyl and identity fraud.
Arraigned on Nov. 25, Moore is charged with having a needle and a narcotics kit with her in the parking lot of the Landmark Inn in downtown Laconia on May 18. A police affidavit states that she was with two other women and had drug paraphernalia at her feet. When confronted by police, she allegedly said she “was going to shoot up before we got there.”
Police received the laboratory results on the seized drugs on Aug. 31, saying the needles had tested positive for fentanyl, a controlled narcotic, which resulted in the Class B felony charges.
The other charges Moore faces are using another’s identity to obtain services at Lakes Region General Hospital in Laconia, and making a false report, which are Class A misdemeanors.
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