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Two arrested in Candia gun theft
CANDIA - Two 23-year-olds from Epsom were arraigned on felony burglary charges at 10th Circuit Court, Candia District Division, according to a press release from the Candia police department.
Timothy Mills and Tara Butts, both of 86 Windymere Drive, Epsom, were arrested in conjunction with a break-in that was reported Oct. 25 by a resident of North Road. A gun and several other items were stolen from the home, according to the press release, and many of the items, including the firearm, were eventually recovered.
Mills is currently being held on $10,000 cash bail, and Butts is being held on $5,000 cash bail. The pair is scheduled to be back in court May 16 for a probable cause hearing.
The couple was also charged in two Weare burglaries, and more charges could be forthcoming as police from surrounding towns have been investigating the couple’s activities.
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