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Ex-Fortune 500 executive now facing assault charge in addition to murder counts
A Grafton County Superior Court grand jury has charged Dellinger with two counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of Jason Timmins, 29, and Amanda Murphy, 24. The couple lived in Wilder, Vt., just across the Connecticut River from Lebanon.
Assistant New Hampshire Attorney General Diana Fenton said at Dellinger's arraignment in December in Lebanon District Court that Dellinger — of Point Birch Lane in Sunapee — deliberately drove his 2005 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck across the Interstate 89 median in Lebanon and into oncoming traffic while trying to kill himself.
Senior Assistant New Hampshire Attorney General Susan Morrell said in December that Dellinger left his home on the day of the crash after an argument with his wife over his depression medication and a bedtime curfew imposed by his doctor, and headed south on I-89.
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