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Defense blasts AG, seeks dismissal in Farmington double-homicide case

DOVER – Timothy Verrill’s defense blasted the state Attorney General’s Office Thursday for not only failing to turn over voluminous evidence before his double homicide trial ended in mistrial last fall, but also for failing to examine past homicide cases to determine what went wrong ...

Second suspect arrested in alleged abduction, robbery and assault case

MANCHESTER – Police report they have arrested the second suspect in the alleged abduction, robbery and assault Friday night, in which the alleged victim ended up tied to a tree in Derry. Ariel Dupuis, 29, of Manchester, was taken into custody just before 10 p.m. Sunday, police said. The ...

Amherst man charged in connection with May crash in Merrimack

MERRIMACK – Police who responded back on May 8 to a report of a single-car crash in the area of Joppa and Patten roads discovered a heavily damaged vehicle and power outages – but no driver. On Friday, more than a month later, Amherst resident Justin Kasynak turned himself in on a warrant ...

Arraignment scheduled for mid-July for Christopher Gempp

NASHUA – Arraignment has been scheduled for mid-July for Christopher Gempp, the middle school teacher and one-time summer theater camp music director arrested in Nashua last week on allegations he solicited sex online from a person he believed was 14 years old and arranged for the two to ...

Suspect in Merrimack standoff denied motion for personal recognizance bail

NASHUA – A Superior Court judge granted Merrimack standoff suspect Fred Fellows's request for a bail-modification hearing, but then denied his motion that would have converted his bail to personal recognizance. Fellows, 57, therefore remains in jail on preventive detention, the order that ...

Men face separate drug charges

CONCORD – Two Nashua men whose drug-trafficking cases went to federal court within the past couple years went before a judge this week, one for a sentencing hearing and the other to plead guilty as part of an agreement with prosecutors. Marvin Morrison, 37, was sentenced to 15 months in ...

Multiple arrests reported in area

MERRIMACK – A young woman who police indicate was determined to continue causing a disturbance at a local gas station, rather than take police up on their suggestion that she leave, was eventually taken into custody on a pair of misdemeanor offenses. Shannae Jackson, 22, of 2 Executive Park ...

City woman charged with breaking into residence

NASHUA – A Superior Court judge Thursday continued a preventive detention order for Nashua resident Danielle Grundhoff, who is accused of breaking into the home of two family members then allegedly crashing her car into a vehicle one of them was driving. Police said Grundhoff, 26, who lists ...

Hudson man sentenced to time served in threats case

NASHUA – A Superior Court judge Thursday sentenced Jacob Cherico, the Hudson man accused of threatening to kill another man in February over a girlfriend dispute, to time served and a deferred jail sentence on the condition he submits to a mental health evaluation and gets drug and alcohol ...