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Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty to Money Laundering

The online version of the Boston Globe recently reported that a New Hampshire drug dealer, Christopher Bouchard, has plead guilty to federal money laundering charges and to state charges of being a drug enterprise leader. He was accused of conspiring to distribute thousands of pounds of marijuana and a large amount of cocaine in a scheme that reached from Arizona to New Hampshire.

Prosecutors say Bouchard funneled drug money through a Manchester restaurant, landscaping business, car dealership and real estate. Bouchard will forfeit several vehicles, a Weirs Beach condo, proceeds from the sale of a second condo, his Manchester home and $1.3 million.

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