CONCORD — State prosecutors say autopsies have determined that a Concord husband stabbed his wife multiple times in the head, neck and torso before plunging a knife into his own heart in a Concord apartment late last week.
An employee of the New Hampshire drug recovery center that Vice President Mike Pence was scheduled to visit earlier this month before abruptly canceling the trip agreed to plead guilty last week to federal drug trafficking charges.
MANCHESTER — On a cold morning last February, Jacob Slocum walked out of his Bridge Street home in a T-shirt and jeans expecting to have a fist fight with Jeremy “King’’ Luna in a dispute over drugs, according to police.
NASHUA — A 25-year-old Hampton man was charged with of possession of methamphetamine after an investigation by Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics Intelligence Division and the Problem Oriented Policing Unit, according to a police press release.
LANCASTER — Saying she may have violated a court order against disseminating a certain photo, the state has asked a judge to consider disqualifying the lawyer representing former State Sen. Jeff Woodburn against charges of assault and domestic violence.
MANCHESTER — The owners of pawn shops in Manchester and Concord are accused of being the ringleaders of organized retail crime rings that prosecutors said reaped more than $1 million in profits by selling stolen items on eBay.
HAMPTON — A trucker who drove an oversized load into New Hampshire with police escort was arrested after New Hampshire State Police troopers Wednesday realized he was driving with an axle that had lost its wheel assembly.
BOSTON — Massachusetts prosecutors on Wednesday announced they had dropped a criminal case alleging that former “House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey had sexually assaulted an 18-year-old man at a bar in Nantucket over three years ago.
NEW YORK — Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera — the notorious drug lord known as “El Chapo” whose dramatic prison escapes fed his legend as an untouchable kingpin running the world’s largest narcotics trafficking group — was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison.
Jesse R. Lohman was prepared to sell "poison'' to people in New Hampshire when he was arrested by Bow police last year with 76.1 grams of 99 percent pure methamphetamine in his car, according to a U.S. Attorney press release.
A 51-year-old Northfield man was sentenced to three years of probation, including six months of home confinement, for making false statements to obtain Social Security disability insurance benefits, U.S. Attorney Scott W. Murray announced Tuesday.
A judge on Thursday will hear arguments regarding what lines of questioning -- including the alleged victim's possible criminality – may be pursued in the upcoming domestic-assault trial of former state senator Jeff Woodburn.