A local man first indicted by a grand jury in 2018 on charges of felony sexual assault against a minor girl was found not guilty of all charges after a jury trial at Grafton Superior Court.
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Following an appeal to the New Hampshire Supreme Court in an effort to overturn his domestic violence conviction, the high court has rejected a motion by ex-state Sen. Jeffrey Woodburn for the court to appoint him a public defender to represent him during the appeals process.
Less than two weeks after being filed, the New Hampshire Supreme Court has formally accepted the appeal by ex-state Sen. Jeff Woodburn, a Democrat from Whitefield, who seeks to overturn his domestic violence conviction.
Brent A. Bapp has been accused of violating his court-ordered conditions of release three times within a week and also terrorizing his alleged victims.
A Barton man suspected of firing multiple gunshots through his next-door neighbors’ house is now accused of violating multiple court-ordered conditions of release designed to protect the alleged victims.
LITTLETON — An armed Coos County man wanted on probation violations in both Coos County and Essex County, and who is alleged to have previously said he would go down in a shootout with police rather than go back to prison, was arrested Wednesday after leading officers on a chase from Bethlehem to Littleton.
The former chief of the Easton Volunteer Fire Department will serve no time behind bars after he was formally sentenced this week for shooting more than a dozen rounds from a handgun into a house in Bethlehem on Christmas Day 2019 and causing the occupants inside to flee for cover.