Lebanon man indicted in Adderall possession case

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Jordan Stacey (Rochester Police photo)

DOVER, N.H. - A Strafford County grand jury has indicted a Lebanon man on charges of drug possession stemming from an August traffic stop in Rochester.

Jordan Stacey, 29, of 322 Jim Grant Road, was charged with possession of a controlled drug, Adderall, for which he had no prescription, according to Rochester Police Capt. Gary Boudreau.

Stacey was stopped for riding a motorized bicycle, or moped, with no plate on it on Wakefield Street in the vicinity of Spaulding High School on Aug. 28. During the investigation it was discovered he had a quantity of Adderall in his possession, Boudreau said today.

Adderall is commonly used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy, but one of many prescription drugs that are often abused, according to

If convicted Stacey faces up to seven years in state prison and a $50,000 fine.

The February Strafford County grand jury indictments were handed down earlier this month and released last week.

An indictment is not an indication of guilt, only that enough evidence has been shown to warrant a trial.

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