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Hampton Falls standoff suspect linked to burglaries, fake-cop ploy
The evidence was linked to other Seabrook and Londonderry crimes dating back to 2011.
“When they got into the apartment, it was full of items, full of weapons, full of stolen mail,” Assistant County Attorney Terri Harrington said. “The shredder was running.”
He pleaded guilty to theft by unauthorized taking, burglary, identity theft and being a felon in possession of weapons.
Gragg and Amato were first approached in Amesbury, Mass., earlier in the day at a local gas station.
Gragg and Amato fled in their car, setting off a search by police that led them to the couple’s Hampton Falls apartment.
Police also learned from the search that in 2011, Gragg went to Elliot Urgent Care at Londonderry dressed in clothing that had a law enforcement insignia on it. Gragg was attempting to get prescription drugs.
Gragg could face federal charges for the stolen mail. He was ordered to have no contact with 30 people related to his cases, including Amato.
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