A Portsmouth man, who was arrested back in May on charges of selling cocaine, has lost a $1 million lawsuit he filed against a Portsmouth police detective, claiming that he had been framed on those charges. 41 year old Daryl Singleterry alleged in the suit that detective Robert Munson planted 26 grams of cocaine into evidence against him, a day before he was alleged to have actually sold that cocaine to a police informant. His lawyers claimed that dates on police records were changed, but the judge found that they did not prove that he was arrested without probable cause, pointing to two other undisputed cocaine sales in an affidavit, and that corrected information did not equal Munson deliberately committing perjury. Singleterry was arrested in May of 2011, when police found two ounces of cocaine and six grams of crack cocaine his in possession. A search of his apartment turned up an additional four ounces of cocaine, $12,600 in cash, and a bag of marijuana. Singleterry’s court date has been scheduled for Oct. 16 in the U.S. District Court of New Hampshire.