A New Hampshire woman was arrested last week after police say she was selling heroin in bags branded with a presidential candidate's name.
Police in Keene say Darcie Rae Hall of Troy has been charged with distributing heroin in bags that said "Donald Trump."
Hall was arrested Thursday following a month-long investigation by the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Drug Task Force in cooperation, the Keene Police and New Hampshire State Troopers, the Union-Leader reports.
According to court documents filed by authorities, Hall was busted after a confidential informant purchased heroin from one of her alleged customers who police believe has purchased up to ten grams of heroin from Hall more than 30 times.
Following the purchase, an officer wrote in the arrest affidavit: "I also observed that each wax bag was stamped with a ‘Donald Trump’ logo."
Hall was arrested without incident Thursday. She waived arraignment the following day and has since entered a not guilty plea.
She is currently being held on $2,000 bail at the Cheshire County House of Corrections.