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Weare's new chief: The right man at last?
The Weare PD has gone through three chiefs in the last 15 years. Chief Edward Tuthill retired amid an investigation into officers drinking on the job. He was replaced by Myles Rigney, who was accused by secretary Sherry Dunham (a former Union Leader correspondent) of sexual harrassment. Rigney was placed on administrative leave, and Dunham eventually reached a financial settlement with the town. Rigney opted not to run for chief when the position was switched from appointed to elected.
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