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Former Penacook Woman Sentenced In Connection With Oxycontin Distribution Conspiracy

January 19, 2012

CONCORD, N.H. –Megan Douillette, 31, formerly of Penacook, New Hampshire was sentenced in United States District Court for the District Court of New Hampshire in connection with her involvement in a conspiracy to distribute Oxycontin to 41 months in prison and three years of supervised released, announced United States Attorney John P. Kacavas.    

            Douillette conspired with others to distribute quantities of Oxycontin pills, which contain the active ingredient oxycodone, between January 2009 and April 14, 2010.  Douillette was also charged with three counts of distribution of Oxycontin as a result of police surveillance in which she was observed meeting with and delivering drugs to a coconspirator.  Many of the pills were later purchased by an undercover officer from a third coconspirator.  The undercover transactions occurred at various locations between Franklin and Center Streets in Concord, as well as the downtown area.      

            Douillette entered guilty pleas to the charges in March 2011. 

The case was investigated by the New Hampshire State Police, the Drug Enforcement Administration, Tactical Diversion Squad, and the Concord Police Department.  The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert J. Veiga.

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