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13, Oct 2014 - Former Plaistow officer pleads guilty to threatening charge A former Plaistow police officer will no longer be a police officer in New Hampshire after he pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges Tuesday.
12, Oct 2014 - Drug suspect has Patriots on the brain A former New Hampshire man with an outrageous New England Patriots tattoo on his head featuring a replica of Tom Brady’s helmet, a Super Bowl trophy and the signatures of popular players, was nabbed by police in Florida last month on a felony drug charge. Victor Thompson, 46, of St. Petersburg, Fla., and formerly of Laconia, N.H., is facing charges of possessing a hallucinogenic substance and ...
11, Oct 2014 - Man With Patriots Helmet Tattoo Arrested On Synthetic Weed Charges You may remember Victor Thompson, the man with a Patriots helmet tattooed on his head, from back in 2012. I interviewed him a few days before the Patriots played the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI, since he lived roughly 20 minutes from me in New Hampshire. Thompson was in jail at the time for willful concealment, and it seems he reportedly fell into more legal trouble last month. Read more...
11, Oct 2014 - Jersey City brothers nabbed after 2-state chase State police say two brothers who are wanted in New Jersey led police in Vermont and New Hampshire on a chase before being caught.
11, Oct 2014 - New Jersey brothers nabbed after 2-state chase State police say two brothers who are wanted in New Jersey led police in Vermont and New Hampshire on a chase before being caught.
11, Oct 2014 - NJ Brothers Arrested After Police Chase Through Vermont, New Hampshire The brothers fled Vermont into New Hampshire, where state police picked up the chase and stopped the Grand Am by puncturing its tires.
06, Oct 2014 - Jail Bird? New Hampshire Officers Release Pigeon After Days at Station Epping, New Hampshire, officers released a homing pigeon found earlier this week in the police parking lot.
04, Oct 2014 - Lawyers criticize police investigation of December I-89 double fatal Attorneys for a former Fortune 500 executive charged with two counts of murder in the highway deaths of a Vermont couple last year in Lebanon, have criticized New Hampshire State Police investigators for their ?threadbare police reports? in that case.
03, Oct 2014 - Mother who triggered Amber Alert sentenced BENNINGTON -- A woman who triggered an Amber Alert in January by taking her son to New Hampshire after he was dropped off from school at his foster family’s house was sentenced Thursday to serve at least a few more months in prison. Patricia Kane, 50, pleaded not guilty in July to one count of custodial interference.
03, Oct 2014 - Driver in MassPike fatal gets 9 months in jail WORCESTER — A New Hampshire woman who was behind the wheel when her car crashed, killing her boyfriend, on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Westborough has been sentenced to nine months in jail. Julie Hellinger of Nashua, New Hampshire was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty in Worcester Superior Court to motor vehicle homicide while driving negligently in connection with the December 2009 crash.
03, Oct 2014 - Nashua driver in MassPike fatal gets 9 months in jail WORCESTER (AP) -- A New Hampshire woman who was behind the wheel when her car crashed, killing her boyfriend, on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Westborough has been sentenced to nine months in jail.
28, Sep 2014 - Man who sparked N.H. school lockdown with pellet gun wanted reference By Ted Siefer MANCHESTER N.H. (Reuters) - A New Hampshire man who sparked a lockdown at a Manchester high school after he walked in with a pellet gun tucked into his belt had been trying to secure a letter of recommendation from a former teacher, according to court papers filed on Friday. Heavily armed police surrounded Manchester High School West on Thursday and the roughly 1,000 students at ...
24, Sep 2014 - New software connects NH schools directly to police New software will help connect schools and police in New Hampshire.
24, Sep 2014 - Sen. Shaheen Campaign Rips ‘Defamatory’ Attempt to Link Her to 34-Year-Old Felony New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen’s campaign is strongly pushing back against comments made by a New Hampshire sheriff insinuating that Shaheen was involved in a 34-year-old felony case.
15, Sep 2014 - Convictions upheld under hate crime law CONCORD (AP) — In a decision involving what is known as New Hampshire's "hate crime statute," the state Supreme Court on Friday upheld the convictions and sentence of a man who made anti-Semitic comments to employees at a Tilton Walmart in 2010.
12, Sep 2014 - NH man charged with putting toddler in dryer Police say Morton, of Berlin, New Hampshire, admitted he put the toddler inside the dryer and turned it on.
12, Sep 2014 - Salem, NH DWI Defense Attorney Mark Stevens Rolls Out Fresh New Video, 5 Factors that Make a DWI Ch New Hampshire DUI and Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Stevens explains a few contributing factors that can make a driving under the influence charge go from DWI to an Aggravated DWI in this just released, brand-new video. (PRWeb September 12, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/aggravatedDWI/nhlawyer/prweb12160437.htm
07, Sep 2014 - Advocate struck delicate balance at LIzzi Marriott murder trial DOVER, N.H. — Brigit Feeney walked a delicate line during the trial of a man accused of killing and raping University of New Hampshire sophomore Elizabeth "Lizzi" Marriott. For nearly two years before the trial, she consoled Marriott's family, kept them informed and helped them cope with the worst experience of their lives. Then, during 10 grueling days of graphic testimony, she worked to calm ...
07, Sep 2014 - Advocate strikes delicate balance at murder trial DOVER — Brigit Feeney walked a delicate line during the trial of a man accused of killing and raping University of New Hampshire sophomore Elizabeth "Lizzi" Marriott.
06, Sep 2014 - New Hampshire man arrested with 33 pounds of pot in S. Oregon A New Hampshire man was arrested in southern Oregon after police discovered 33 pounds of marijuana hidden in a motorhome.
05, Sep 2014 - Barrington man arrested in Oregon on drug charges A 24-year-old New Hampshire man was arrested in Oregon last weekend after police said he was caught transporting more than 30 pounds of marijuana in a motor home.
04, Sep 2014 - UNH men's hockey goalie benched after arrest University of New Hampshire men?s hockey goalie Casey DeSmith of Rochester has been suspended from the team after being charged with simple assault and resisting arrest.
04, Sep 2014 - UNH men's hockey goalie DeSmith suspended after assault arrest Casey DeSmith, the starting goalie for the University of New Hampshire men's hockey team was arrested last Sunday morning and charged with one count of simple assault and one count of resisting arrest.
31, Aug 2014 - N.H. Motorcyclist Arrested After Allegedly Going 127 MPH on I-93 David J. Fries of Manchester, N.H., reportedly told New Hampshire State Police he reached speeds of 185 mph.
31, Aug 2014 - N.H. Motorcyclist Arrested After Allegedly Going 127 MPH David J. Fries of Manchester, N.H., reportedly told New Hampshire State Police he reached speeds of 185 mph.
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