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Fugitive of the Week

Dominick Stanin

STANIN

The U.S. Marshals Service District of New Hampshire/Joint Fugitive Task Force has named Dominick A. Stanin and his son, Dominick A. Stanin Jr., as New Hampshire's fugitives of the week.

Opinion

EDITORIAL
Why is UNH hiring bad professors solely because of their race?
BY GILLES BISSONNETTE, WILLIAM CHRISTIE, ALAN CRONHEIM AND BENJAMIN SIRACUSA HILLMAN
You should not have to be a New Hampshire resident to vote here.
EDITORIAL
We use the term "hero" too loosely these days.
EDITORIAL
The NFL goes too lightly on Ray Rice.
EDITORIAL
NH's new texting law is needlessly broad and should be revised in the next session.
EDITORIAL
Kudos to the Seabrook Police Department for dealing properly with abusive officers.
JOHN STOSSEL
I want the police to be better armed than the bad guys, but what exactly does that mean today?
BETSY MCCAUGHEY
Democratic politicians are lying about the Hobby Lobby's ruling, scaremongering and trying to whip up a war over reproductive rights before the fall election.

Jaffrey couple agrees to pay $600,000 to state and fraud victims

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On Thursday, the New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation (the “Bureau”) announced that a settlement has been reached with Jaffrey residents Charles H. Howard, III and Carolyn C.

Ex-Salem police officer may settle assault case instead of going on trial

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An ex-Salem police officer charged with assaulting a suspect after a high-speed pursuit may strike a plea deal after a judge cancelled his upcoming trial so he can enter settlement talks.

Former Derry town administrator guilty of indecent exposure

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Derry’s former Town Administrator John Anderson was found guilty of indecent exposure and lewdness for appearing naked when a DirectTV salesmen entered his home.

LUOMA

Meredith man faces arson charge in Landmark Inn fire in Laconia

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A Meredith man is charged with arson after he allegedly set a small fire in a hallway at the Landmark Inn.

STEVEN JUDKINS

Good Samaritans track down man accused of stealing purse

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People who heard a woman scream after a panhandler grabbed her purse on Elm Street, chased and caught an Epping man, holding him for police.

CHRISTIAN E. ECONOMIDES

Concord man charged in downtown stabbing

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A Concord man was charged with second-degree assault in the stabbing of a local man, in addition to being charged with a drug offense and resisting arrest.

SHERMAN

GPS leads police to truck; vehicle breaks lead to arrest

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A GPS device pointed Merrimack Police to where a stolen Litchfield truck was parked in their community. A search warrant in connection with items stolen from vehicles led to a Merrimack woman's drug...

RICHARD FLERRA

Traffic signal stop leads to drug arrest in Merrimack

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Merrimack man who ran a red light ended up with drug charges.

City’s Bronstein Park closed to public

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Samantha Piatt, said signs indicating the park’s closure should be up by today or over the weekend, before band camp practices begin early next week.

Concord man charged 
in downtown stabbing

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A Concord man was charged with second-degree assault in the stabbing of a local man, in addition to being charged with a drug offense and resisting arrest.

Traffic signal stop leads 
to drug arrest in Merrimack

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Merrimack man who ran a red light ended up with drug charges.

Good Samaritans track downman accused of stealing purse

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People who heard a woman scream after a panhandler grabbed her purse on Elm Street, chased and caught an Epping man, holding him for police.

Derry police receive grant to conduct underage drinking buys

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Derry police recently received approval from town councilors for a grant to continue to conduct underage drinking buys at local businesses.

Man named 'Stoner' busted on pot charge

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Stoner has been charged with growing marijuana and for having a firearm while in possession of more than a pound of marijuana, police said.

State police investigate vandalism spree in Cheshire and Sullivan counties

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State Police Troop C is seeking the public’s help in tracking down the person responsible for shooting out a number of vehicle windows overnight.

Okiemute “Leo” Omatie

Dover man faces charges in Rochester shooting

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Dover man charged with shooting in Rochester remains in jail after returning to state

National Guard troops to leave Ferguson

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Peaceful demonstrations overnight were the calmest street gatherings in the small St. Louis suburb since riots erupted over the Aug. 9 shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a white police officer.

Panhandling lawsuit putting spotlight on homelessness in Hudson area

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One day after the town of Hudson was slapped with a lawsuit alleging police violated panhandlers' civil rights when they repeatedly shooed them out of town, those working closely with the local...

Derry woman to plead guilty to causing crash that injured woman and son

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A Derry woman who allegedly caused a head-on crash that injured a 41-year-old driver and her 8-year-old son intends to plead guilty instead of going to trial, according to court papers filed by her...

ZONA

Police: Activist in chicken suit was warned not to pester Shaheen prior to arrest

READER COMMENTS: 1

Londonderry Police released a report detailing the events leading up to 'chicken man' activist Michael Zona's arrest on Saturday.

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Seabrook case offers lessons for Portsmouth police probe of officer named in will

0 Laconia tells court suspension of officer was proper & warranted

0 Claremont postmaster indicted for alleged thefts from PTO

0 Suicide with a gun seven times more likely than being murdered with a gun in NH

0 Federal prison rape elimination mandate may cost NH counties money

0 Children of store clerk who died following Christmas Eve robbery seek justice

0 How the police in Ferguson became a militarized unit equipped for war

0 Not guilty of kidnapping and rape by reason of insanity, NH man loses bid to have arrest record expunged

0 Townshend, Vt. shooting deemed murder-suicide; NH conducting autopsy of victim

0 Aaron Goodwin's disputed inheritance on track for trial

0 NH father jailed after son, 3, pulls two-ounce bag of cocaine from sleeping dad's pocket inside police station

0 Two dead in Townshend, Vt. shooting

0 N.H. liquor officials punish Rindge store for violating federal synthetic pot prohibition

0 Medical billing fraud deeply rooted in systems that foster dishonesy

0 Claremont man to plead guilty to sexual abuse of toddlers and making videos with wife

0 WaPo: Wheelchair scams expose Medicareís weak defenses against fraud

0 Valley News: Demilitarize the police

0 Cop's $2.7M inheritance should be investigated by pros not some ad hoc triumvirate, say lawyers

0 In wake of synthetic marijuana raid, feds sue to seize Keene business and assets

0 Daughter charged with ransacking father's grave in search of 'real will' wants charges dropped

0 Lawyer accuses Farmington school administrator of videotaping student in bathroom

0 Politifact: John Oliver says Keene wanted armored vehicle to thwart terrorism at pumpkin fest = TRUE

0 NH son applies for Obama commutation of drug war sentence

0 NH trucker cited after trailer hits sheriff's van operated by driver with suspended license

0 Cops cleared more than 400 times each year for justified homicides, but feds don't even track prosecutions

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