CONCORD — The Director of Motor Vehicles, Elizabeth A. Bielecki, has released the following list of Driving While Intoxicated revocations. Please note the actual date of revocation may have preceded this announcement.
The elderly man charged with setting a fire with a shotgun is headed to court for a competency hearing, accused of threatening to burn down his home and shoot at plow drivers, according to court records.
NEWPORT — Jordan Richardson was part of a drug deal with his father, Kurt Richardson, when he shot another teen following a high-speed car chase as part of a drug deal gone bad, according to the police report on file in court.
A Derry man accused of driving the wrong way on Route 101 in Epping when he struck and killed a New Ipswich couple plans to plead guilty under a deal proposed by prosecutors that could send him to prison for at least 15 years.
RINDGE — The man accused of leading police on a high speed chase while driving under the influence before crashing into a house is now headed to trial after Superior Court Judge David Ruoff ordered he hand over his medical records.
The former owner of SportsZone in Derry is facing charges that he sexually assaulted a teenage girl several years ago in what she alleges was a pattern of abuse involving emotional manipulation and sexual exploitation after she joined a girls’ basketball team.
LANCASTER — The trial of the Berlin man accused of fatally beating his toddler daughter during a 2016 sexual assault, began Tuesday with the state saying Madison Rose Dana was dead because of her father Roger’s “sick, perverted, sexual desires.”
The change is in response to students' requests to limit students' access to dorms, following last year’s allegations of racial-bias incidents, which included reports of vandalized dorm room doors, according to The Dartmouth.
CLAREMONT — Flanked by police chiefs in Claremont City Hall, Sullivan County Attorney Marc Hathaway said the state has finally given law enforcement the legal resources to end the scourge of “bath salt” use in the county.
A male student who is suing Maine’s public university system is currently being investigated by the University of Maine at Farmington for sexual misconduct against four women, one of whom came forward last week, according to the system’s legal response filed Friday.