CONCORD, N.H. — Two New Hampshire men have pleaded guilty to federal charges of trafficking heroin and cocaine.

Court documents say a state trooper saw 34-year-old Jason Brewer committing multiple motor vehicle violations while driving on Interstate 95 near the Hampton tolls in July 2016. The trooper stopped the car and saw evidence of drug possession.

He questioned Brewer and a passenger, 42-year-old Timothy Kondroski. The trooper says Kondroski fled, but he caught up with him and used a Taser.

Court documents say Kondroski’s sneakers had fallen off and while retrieving them, troopers found a bag containing about 35 grams of heroin. They also found a bag with an ounce of cocaine.

Both men eventually admitted to buying the drugs in Lawrence, Massachusetts. They’re scheduled to be sentenced on Nov. 28.

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