Law enforcement officials from VT and NH seized over 600 bags of heroin after a traffic stop in Lebanon. Lebanon police say with cooperation of the of NH Attorney General’s Drug Task Force, Hartford police, and Vermont Detectives into the sale of heroin in Lebanon they stop Ashley Follensbee of South Royalton for a traffic violation. Officers say she previously sold heroin to an informant.
Police found 40 bags of heroin in her purse, and her 3-year-old child was in her car.
Vermont Detectives completed a search warrant of Follensbee’s residence where they seized over 600 bags of heroin, approximately 4 1/2 grams of crack cocaine, approximately 20 grams of marijuana, various prescription pills and more than $1,500 dollars in cash.
Follensbee was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to sell and sale of a controlled drug, both Class B felonies and endangering the welfare of a child, which is a Class A misdemeanor. Follensbee was held overnight at the Grafton County House of Corrections on $100,000 cash bail. She was arraigned on Thursday at the Lebanon District Division Court where bail was reduced to $5,000 dollars cash or corporate surety.