Avery Morrow arrested, 18g cocaine + $7700 seized (3)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-07-31 01:25 ID:fq8Z5x+S [Del]

NASHUA — Police said they recovered nearly $7,700 in cash and cocaine and numerous prescription pills when they arrested a man and woman Friday on drug charges.

Avery Morrow, and Miguel Perez, both of [redacted], were arrested after an extensive investigation by the Narcotics Intelligence Division.

Police said Morrow had $2,320 and a number of individually packaged bags of cocaine when she was arrested. Perez had $3,266 and a bag of cocaine at the time of his arrest, according to investigators.

Police, with the assistance of a police dog from Hudson, searched the apartment and recovered 18 grams of cocaine, numerous prescription pills including oxycodone and $2,109, police said.

Morrow and Perez are being held on $100,000 cash bail each.

Morrow is charged with four counts of acts prohibited, sale of a controlled drug, second offense; two counts of criminal liability for conduct of another to acts prohibited, sale of a controlled drug, second offense and possession with the intent to distribute cocaine, amphetamine, buprenorphine, Lorazepam, clonazepam, alprazolam, and oxycodone, also second offenses.

Perez is charged with five counts of acts prohibited, sale of a controlled drug, second offense; criminal liability for the conduct of another to acts prohibited, sale of a controlled drug, second offense; two counts of possession of a controlled drug, cocaine, second offense; and one count each of possession of amphetamine, buprenorphine, Lorazepam, clonazepam, alprazolam and oxycodone, all second offenses.

http://www.newhampshire.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20160322/NEWS03/160329827

2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-07-31 01:42 ID:fq8Z5x+S [Del]

https://www.amazon.com/Sacred-Science-Ancient-Japan-Chronicles/dp/1591431700

> Avery Morrow’s research on the basis of Asian folk traditions has been published in several academic journals. His interest in parahistory brought him to Japan, where for three years he researched various documents, taught English, visited sacred sites, and worked as a translator and assistant to renowned Shintoist Shin’ichi Nakaya.
> An excellent book. Besides all the information conveyed, much of it new to me (a gaijin) as well as my wife (nihonjin), it wonderfully explains the very healthy and rational attitude required to properly digest the implications inherent in esoteric and "parahistorical" traditions.
> Back to this book. Avery is an interesting fellow. He has the mental depth to tackle this material and in so doing does not sound like a crank. If you are into lost histories, and have an attraction to Japan or LeMuria, then this is a better than expected book to read.

3 Name: Anonymous : 2017-07-31 03:59 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>1
Apparently, he changed his gender, had a lot of surgery, hooked up with some scumbag, and is now deep into drugs. Given the content of his book, the drugs thing doesn't seem all that unlikely. But seriously, I thought he'd be into hard hallucinogens, like ritually stewing cactus, snorting dried tree frog skin, that sort of thing.

ALSO, THERE'S A SHII THREAD.

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