20, Apr 2014 - Lebanon21 arrested during immigration sweep in NHNASHUA – A month-long immigration enforcement operation led to the arrests of 21 people in Nashua and elsewhere in New Hampshire who entered the country illegally, according to an announcement released Wednesday. A “surge” in enforcement activity in March targeted immigrants living in the Gate City, as well as those in the metropolitan areas of Manchester, Rochester and Lebanon. U.S. Immigration ...02, Jun 2013 - LebanonBar Owners, Police Wary of Extended HoursTuck School of Business students, from right, Kevin McCafferty, Alex Nadas and Eben Pingree enjoy a beer together at Molly's in Hanover Friday, May 31, 2013. The New Hampshire legislature is considering a bill that would extend last call from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. if towns choose to opt in.02, May 2013 - Lebanon2 Pit Bulls Attack 12-Year-Old Angel SargentAngel Sargent, 12, suffered more than a dozen bites on Saturday when she was attacked by two 7-month old Pit Bulls--named Jager and Meister--belonging to her mother’s fiancé, Rory Downs. The dogs attacked the young girl at the home her mother, Catherine Sargent, shares with Downs, at 260 River Rd, in Lebanon, Maine, according to Trooper David Coflesky of the Maine State Police. A New Hampshire ...20, Apr 2013 - LebanonPolice Cleared In Shooting Grafton ManLarry Bohannon in a 2008 photograph. (Courtesy photograph) New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney yesterday ruled that police officers in Walpole, N.H., were justified in fatally shooting a Grafton man after he committed an armed robbery, initiated a high-speed chase and brandished a weapon that turned out to be a pellet gun.15, Apr 2013 - LebanonFucci sentenced in murder-for-hire plotA former New Hampshire nightspot owner has been sentenced to 10 to 15 years in prison in Vermont for hiring a hit man to kill his former business partner and an ex-girlfriend.15, Apr 2013 - LebanonNH bar owner sentenced in Vt. murder-for-hire plotHARTFORD, Vt. (AP) — A former New Hampshire nightspot owner was sentenced to 10 to 15 years in prison in Vermont for hiring a hit man to kill his former business partner and an ex-girlfriend, which he claimed was a desperate move after a series of hardships.15, Apr 2013 - LebanonMan sentenced in murder-for-hire plotA former New Hampshire nightspot owner has been sentenced to 10 to 15 years in prison in Vermont for hiring a hit man to kill his former business partner and an ex-girlfriend. Lou Fucci Jr. was sentenced Friday in Superior Court in Hartford. Fucci was arrested in September 2011 on charges he paid a carpenter who was working on his house in Wilder to kill his partner in the Benning Street Bar and ...
Ed Brown gets 37 years after semi-peaceful standoff
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Starbucks, Boeing, Microsoft, Dell, Victoria's Secret: these are some of the many familiar brands which use or have a history of using US based prison labor. Generally, prisoners are hired to perform (...)