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Officials: Missing teen sent letter weeks after last sighting
The letter was written Oct. 22, postmarked Oct. 23 and received by Abby's mother Nov. 6, according to Associate Attorney General Jane E. Young. Young would not say where the letter had been postmarked, and authorities would not reveal its contents.
Young said they have "grave" concerns for Abigail's safety, pointing out she was not wearing winter-weather clothing when last seen and she has no money. goo.gl/nLtcJh
Dingman asks for parole
Jeffrey A. Dingman was a 14-year-old eighth-grader at Rochester Middle School in 1996 when he and his older brother, Robert, shot their parents to death in one of the state's most brutal teen crimes. Now 31, he stood before the state's Adult Parole Board on Thursday and asked to be freed from prison when he becomes eligible for parole in two months.
Man pleads guilty to wife's death
A Grantham father of four pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree murder in the 2012 shooting death of his wife.
James W. Perriello told police he "lost his cool" because, he alleged, his wife was having an affair with a 20-year-old former student of hers at Lebanon High School.
On April 26, 2012, police responding to a 911 call found Natalie Perriello's body on the floor outside a bedroom at her home, 80 Doc's Drive. She had been shot in the head six times. goo.gl/tLA0KX
'Robin Hooders' off the hook
Both civil cases filed by the city against six residents who call themselves "Robin Hood and his Merry Men" have been dismissed by Cheshire County Superior Court Judge John Kissinger.
Highway worries, gas tax talk
"We're going to have to look at reducing spending ... rather than increase taxes or tolls," Morse said. "We produce the budget, and (Clement) needs to live within his means."
Do you recognize this face?
A year after reopening an investigation into a 1969 murder, police are hoping a facial reconstruction of the victim will help solve the case.
Anyone with information can call Salem police Detective Michael White at 890-2383. goo.gl/B3FYl1
Serial infector gets 39 years
U.S. District Court Judge Joseph LaPlante on Monday sentenced former traveling medical technician David M. Kwiatkowski to 39 years in prison for infecting 45 patients with hepatitis C while he worked at hospitals in eight states. One of the patients later died.
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