Two fugitives arrested in two days
May 24. 2018 8:10PM
CONCORD — Over the past two days, the New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force arrested two recent Fugitives of the Week, according to federal officials.
Richard Boden of Nashua had been profiled on May 2, and he was wanted for a Belknap County arrest warrant alleging aggravated felonious sexual assault.
Boden had already been required to register as a sex offender due to a 2013 conviction for sexual assault.
Members of the Marshals Fugitive Task Force located a residential job site where Boden was working in Nashua. They arrested him Thursday without incident, officials said.
He was brought to Belknap County Jail pending his initial court appearance Friday at the Belknap County Superior Court.
Robert Twombly, 38, had been profiled on May 9 as the Fugitive of the Week for a Rockingham County arrest warrant for probation violations that stemmed from an original conviction on narcotic charges.
The task force got several tips and one of them was in Alton.
Local police officers located Twombly at a local hotel Wednesday night, where officials said he had given a false name.
Officers recognized Twombly, and he was arrested without incident.