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Carroll County asks public to help in search for fugitive
OSSIPEE — The Carroll County Probation and Parole Office is reaching out to the public to help capture a fugitive thought to be in the Lakes Region.
This week the office released information about Dwayne Blanchette, 24, whose last known whereabouts included Conway, Moultonborough, Tamworth and Ossipee. Wanted on outstanding warrants for failure to report to his probation officer and parole violations, Blanchette was convicted in Carroll County Superior Court in 2009 for burglary, witness tampering, falsifying physical evidence and cruelty to animals. Officials warn he is considered armed and dangerous, and for anyone who does see him or know his whereabouts to call the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office (539-2284), Carroll County Chief Probation/Parole Officer Chuck Wolfert (569-0124, Ext. 2) or local police department. Callers may remain anonymous.
According Chief Probation/Parole Officer Chuck Wolfert of the Wolfeboro District Office, Blanchette does have family and contacts in the area. He said the office decided to put out information, much as others have done with “most wanted” lists of the week, after leads on fugitives dried up and an earlier press release led to an arrest.
The latest calls on the Blanchette case indicate that he is still in Carroll County. Blanchette’s picture and description is also posted on the County Sheriff’s Office website.
Upon his conviction in February 2009, Blanchette was sentenced to two to four years in the state prison, all but 134 days suspended; three years supervised probation and ordered to pay restitution.
Blanchette has brown hair, brown eyes, is 6 feet tall and weights approximately 175 pounds.
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