Published DateLACONIA — A former local man was sentenced to two 2-7 year sentences in prison for selling methadone in Laconia and Belmont in Belknap County Superior Court last week. The sentences will be served concurrently, or at the same time.
Alan Twamley, formerly of 180 Union Ave. Apt. 5 was originally charged with six counts of either possession or conspiring to sell liquid methadone.
Affidavits obtained through the 4th Circuit Court, Laconia Division said Twamley, along with three others, first made arrangements to sell liquid methadone on September 16 to a confidential informant working with the N.H. Drug Task Force.
A week later, Twamley arranged for a second and similar sale to the informant.
The third sale took place on Belmont because Twamley told the confidential informant he had to go to a funeral and asked the informant to meet him outside the church but the informant told him he wasn't going to meet him at a church.
Twamley said they could do it before the funeral and the informant purchased $80 worth of methadone.
Twamley was arrested and appeared before a circuit court judge on October 26, 2012. In November he was indicted on six counts — one that included him using the post office to mail the drug.
Belmont and Laconia Police assisted the Drug Task Force in the investigation.