Year after arrest, Seabrook police officer's wife indicted for aggravated DWI
More than a year after state police began investigating a car crash caused by a Seabrook officer’s wife, that woman was indicted this month on a charge of aggravated driving while intoxicated. Stacy L. Wasson, 42, of 6 Amy Drive in Seabrook, is facing 3½ to 7 years in New Hampshire State Prison for the Class B felony charge that alleges she drove while intoxicated and caused a collision that resulted in “serious bodily injury” to herself, fracturing her ribs and a bone in her foot.
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