HOOKSETT — State police are looking for a woman they believe stole nearly $5,000 in wine over two days from a New Hampshire Liquor and Wine Outlet location in Hooksett.
Lawyers will start picking jurors on Tuesday to decide whether a former physician assistant at the Pain Care statewide pain clinic received kickbacks to prescribe a highly addictive fentanyl spray to patients.
One of the alleged victims in the current case told police Soulia started molesting her when she was in first grade. The assaults continued for years, she told police, until she was in her early teens.
BRENTWOOD — Sandra Parish lost her son, Joseph Bragg, to a drug overdose last year, but when it came time for the friend who provided him with the fentanyl-laced heroin to be sentenced she begged a judge not to send her to prison.
Officers in the Salem Police Department have been sued in federal court three times in the past decade for racially-motivated civil rights violations.
CONCORD -- One of two brothers implicated in a Lawrence, Mass., drug ring has pleaded guilty to drug distribution and money laundering charges, federal prosecutors announced.
A sixth-grade teacher was arrested Friday afternoon and charged with engaging in more than 100 emails that were "sexual in nature" with a student younger than 16, Manchester police officials said.
Londonderry Police detective Chris Olson said a student told police that the teacher, Steven Dwyer, had threatened to shoot the student with a gun if he had one.
A University of New Hampshire research project manager pleaded guilty to spending more than $80,000 of federal grant money on personal expenses such as video games, clothing and a snow blower, federal prosecutors said.
CANAAN — A Canaan man faces numerous charges after threatening to shoot local police officers who tried to serve him with a protective order earlier this week, officials said.
A man police arrested after receiving reports he was carrying a gun near Parkside middle school on Thursday morning turned out to have a BB gun in his holster, police said.
Police need the public’s help identifying what they believe are the vehicles used by the suspect and his friends in the recent Franklin Pierce University assault that left the victim in critical condition.
BRENTWOOD — A full-time Nashua fire lieutenant is back on the job despite facing a drunk driving charge and license suspension following an October crash in Fremont.
CONCORD — The man arrested Tuesday for allegedly threatening to kill Gov. Chris Sununu and members of the Jewish community told police that he has schizophrenia and never intended to hurt anyone, according to court records.
FRANKLIN — Franklin police officials released the image of a man they consider a person of interest regarding the fire that destroyed a mobile home in the city Monday night, officials said.
The man who died, Urban Cannon, 32, was found unconscious in an alley in January, according to newspaper articles from the time, and he died in July.
Police have arrested a man believed to be responsible for threats against the capital's Jewish community, Gov. Chris Sununu, and the State House building.
MANCHESTER — A former city woman arrested in 2011 on charges of pimping out a 16-year-old girl she met in Victory Park in Manchester during the Occupy New Hampshire demonstrations was arrested Tuesday in North Carolina on a fugitive from justice charge.
CONCORD — A Seabrook man got a 50-year federal prison sentence for producing visuals of an 8-year-old girl engaging in sexually explicit activity, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.
NORWICH, Vt. — A Lebanon man was high on marijuana when he caused the fatal, single-car accident on I-91 that took the life of a Vermont man, according to police.
CONCORD — Pamela Smart will have to wait until next year to have the Executive Council hear her latest appeal for clemency in connection with one of New Hampshire’s most sensational murder cases.
BRENTWOOD — A Hampton couple accused of voting twice in the 2016 general election made their first appearance in court Tuesday as they prepare to defend themselves in a case of alleged fraud that resulted from a new voter crosscheck program.
A federal jury has ordered a mother and son to pay a noted art dealer and commodities trader $465,000 in damages for selling 16 works it determined were forgeries.
NEWPORT — Former Claremont police officer Ian Kibbe admitted in court Monday that he lied about seeing a gun during an incident and falsified a police report to make an arrest.
A city man will spend eight months in jail after he pleaded guilty Friday to one count of criminal threatening with a deadly weapon for a summer shooting in Keene’s downtown.
RINDGE — Police are investigating the weekend assault of a student on the Franklin Pierce University campus that left the young man with a serious head injury.
DOVER - A Tilton man accused of setting a car on fire and abandoning it on the Spaulding Turnpike has been charged with arson, police said Sunday.