Police seize $400K, guns and drugs from New Hampshire man

Last Updated: 12:09 PM, December 24, 2011
Posted: 12:08 PM, December 24, 2011

DANVILLE, N.H. -- A New Hampshire man was facing a slew of charges Saturday after police seized $400,000 in cash, drugs and guns from an alleged drug operation he ran out of his home.
Police in Danville, N.H., joined forces with members of the narcotics task force from the Rockingham Sheriff's Department to execute a search warrant at a home Wednesday.
During the search, they seized containers of marijuana, scales, prescription pills and guns.
The resident of the home, 32-year-old John Paul Bouraphael, was subsequently put under arrest.
Police later recovered the huge sum of cash from Bouraphael's security deposit box at a bank in nearby Plaistow, N.H.
Bouraphael is being held on a $15,000 bond after being charged with possession of a dangerous weapon, possession of a controlled drug, possession of a controlled drug not properly labeled, and possession with the intent to distribute.
He is scheduled for a court appearance Jan. 5.