CONCORD, N.H. — A New Hampshire man has been sentenced to serve eight years in prison for drug trafficking and firearms offenses.

Court documents say 25-year-old Kaisle J. Raikes, of Manchester, sold methamphetamine several times to a person who was cooperating with the Manchester Police Department. He had firearms during two of the transactions.

Prosecutors said at the time of his arrest, Raikes had cocaine and meth and a loaded firearm in his sock. Police also seized guns, ammunition, and drugs at his home.

He had pleaded guilty in October to six drug and firearms-related charges.