Stratham police charge Kingston gun owner, 60, with negligence over weapon teen had in school locker

STRATHAM A Kingston man who owned the loaded 9 mm pistol that was brought to the Cooperative Middle School by a student last month has been charged in connection with the gun scare. Richard Tuite, 60, of 31 Little River Road, turned himself in to Kingston police Tuesday night on an arrest warrant charging him with negligent storage of a firearm a violation-level offense.


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