Nashua Mom Arrested For Selling Cocaine With Baby Daddy Months After Giving Birth Despite Long And Documented History Of Gang Activity And Violent Offenses


Kiana Moudarri was featured on TB Daily News last October for selling crack cocaine while 7 months pregnant. And as a result of her long and documented criminal history, which included getting arrested for trying to run over a Nashua cop with her 18 month old child in the back seat, she was facing life in prison.

She also was previously arrested by the state police for her role in a home invasion, her affiliation with gang members, and counterfeiting money at the Christmas Tree Shop, on top of being a part time Craig’s list hooker.

Manchester Ink: U.S. Marshals are seeking the public’s help in finding Kiana Moudarri, 20, a suspected gang member who is wanted on an active warrant from New Hampshire for reckless conduct with a deadly weapon, as well as a warrant out of Mass. for probation violation on an original charge of home invasion.

Patch: Shai-Ann Molina, 19, of Rivers Edge Road in Lowell, MA, on two counts of felony forgery charges from Oct. 9, and Oct. 10, 2014, for allegedly passing counterfeit $20 bills at the Shell gas station on Main Street and Christmas Tree Shop in Nashua. Kianna Moudarri, 19, of Amherst Street in Nashua, on two felony counts of criminal liability to forgery for allegedly assisting Molina.

Her deadbeat Dad also sent me fun death threats a week later, despite having little to no contact with his grown daughter.

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Since we last heard from the Kiana she managed to avoid getting locked up for life and ended up dropping out giving birth. Perhaps having a second chance at being a mother would motivate her to turn her life around. On Facebook she and her baby daddy Zack Laporte appeared to be loving and responsible parents.

But not even the love for her child could keep the Kiana away from what she really likes doing more than anything – piling up Google trophies. And this time she’s brought her baby daddy along for the ride as the tandem was arrested for selling coke.

Her bio in the Patch is just amazing.

She was indicted on felony criminal liability forgery charges in 2015. Moudarri was living in Nashua at the time. In May 2017, Moudarri was a fugitive of the week who was wanted on warrants in both New Hampshire, on a reckless conduct with a deadly weapon charge, and Massachusetts, on a probation violation after being convicted on a home invasion charge. She was captured not long after the alert was published. In October 2017, when she was living in Framingham, MA, she was indicted felony counts of reckless conduct-deadly weapon as well as endangering the welfare of a child, disobeying a police officer, and resisting arrest or detention after a high-speed chase in Nashua while a child was in her vehicle. In October 2019, Moudarri was arrested on a crack cocaine dealing charge in Nashua.

And she’s only 23 folks. She has many more ratchet years in front of her, and as long as the courts continue to allow her to remain free there is a 0.0% chance she’ll ever stop being a ratchet. Or as her friends call it, “living her best life.”

Because nothing says “living your best life” like losing custody of all your kids, selling drugs, running over cops, and taking part in home invasions with her gang banging friends.


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