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Holderness, N.H.

Mass. men charged with drug possession in N.H.

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Two men from Massachusetts were arrested on drug possession charges during a sobriety checkpoint in Holderness, N.H., Friday night, New Hampshire State Police said. Andrew Cary and Christopher Patten, both 22 of Wellesley, were charged with possession of a controlled drug, the statement said. A State Police dispatcher declined to say what type of drug police found. The men will be arraigned June 28 in the Second Circuit District Division Plymouth Court. State Police also said they arrested a man who had a blood alcohol level 2½ times the legal limit and was driving in the wrong direction on the Everett Turnpike in Nashua early Saturday morning. Mark A. Ledoux, 47, of Hudson, N.H., was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated, subsequent offence, police said.

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