A Boston police officer is facing charges of possessing drugs while in New Hampshire, officials said.
Andrew Johnson, 51, of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, was arrested Thursday in West Roxbury, Massachusetts, and released to turn himself in to New Hampshire authorities, officials said Friday.
He is accused of being in possession of methamphetamine and amphetamine during an incident on Jan. 23 in Woodstock, New Hampshire, New Hampshire Deputy Attorney General Jane Young and State Police Col. Nathan Noyes said in a written statement.
It was not known if Johnson is being represented by an attorney and there is no available phone listing in his name.
"Anyone who may have information about criminal activity involving Mr. Johnson in the area of Woodstock, New Hampshire, or any surrounding towns, is asked to please contact New Hampshire State Police Detective Shawn Torsey at (603) 223-8940 or shawn.m.torsey(at)dos.nh.gov," the statement said.