Hartford VT police arrested a Lebanon NH woman Assault and Robbery with a Deadly Weapon on Monday. Police say Leah Dundas 19 will appear in Windsor County Court Tuesday to answer the charges for the armed robbery at Cumberland farms in Hartford on November 24 where cash and cigarettes were taken.
CONCORD, N.H. – David M. Kwiatkowski, 34, a former employee of Exeter Hospital, was Sentenced today to 39 years in prison for his conduct in causing a widespread Hepatitis C outbreak in numerous states, announced United States Attorney John P. Kacavas and Barry R. Grissom, United States Attorney for the District of Kansas.
Kwiatkowski worked in Michigan between 2003 and 2007, before becoming a “traveling” radiologic technician at medical facilities in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Arizona, Kansas, Georgia, and New Hampshire. While employed as a “traveler,” he stole syringes of Fentanyl – a synthetic heroin intended for patients. . He replaced the stolen syringes with syringes that he took from previous procedures, refilling them with saline and then injecting himself with the Fentanyl.
In addition to his term the defendant will be placed on supervised release for three years following his release from prison. He also must pay$1,600.00 special assessment and restitution in the amount of nearly $25,000.00.
Rubble left from the fire that engulfed the 30×60 storage garage on Camel Hump road. Some still lingers almost 12 hours later.
Croydon Fire Department Engine One at Fire Scene
A fire on Camel Hump Road in Croydon just after 8 pm on Saturday quickly destroyed a 30×60 steel garage. Firefighters were busy on the scene until early Sunday morning. Croydon Fire Chief Steve Rizzo says the fire had already engulfed building when they arrived. A second steel 20×40 adjacent garage was saved from the flames. No one was injured during the fire. Newport, Goshen and Springfield NH assisted with mutual aid. Cause of the fire was from years of wood stove use drying out the timber in the walls of the building. The burnt structure adjacent to the Croydon Flat cemetery was used for equipment from a rental business.
A Bellows Falls man was killed just before 4pm on Friday in a single car accident. Police say Thomas Garrow 45 was driving south on Grout Hill Road in Acworth NH when he went off the east side of the road and struck a tree.
The New Hampshire State Police were assisted by the Acworth and Alstead Fire Departments and Golden Cross Ambulance service. The collision is under investigation and anyone with information is asked to call Trooper Charles I. Newton at 603-358-3333
The Sullivan County Commissioners have changed their meeting time from 3 pm to 9 am. Their next meeting is this Monday, Dec. 2, at the County Administration Building, 14 Main Street, 03773 in the Commissioners Conference Room at the Sullivan County Commissioner’s Office in Newport. For full agenda click Read more ›
A $200.00 dollar reward is being offered for the return of a set of missing deer antlers. Friends and fellow hunters of Bill McGinnis, 72 of Lempster are offering the reward as an incentive after the antlers went missing from a local butcher shop earlier in Nov. McGinnis’ son Chris wants the antlers returned with no questions asked and does not want to press charges. Bill McGinnis waited 60 plus years to bag a 12 point double brow tines buck and he did on the first day of deer season this year. McGinnis took the 184 lb buck to a local butcher. The butcher was going out of town and called McGinnis and told where the meat was for him to pick up. However the antlers were not hanging on the rafters as usual. Anyone with information can call Chris McGinnis at 603- 504-7014.
Lebanon residents are urged to attend a public hearing on the proposed ordinance 2013-01 to amend city code Chapter 68 on fees. The ordinance would allow a 9 percent increase on sewer rates beginning on January 1, 2014, The public hearing is on Dec 4 at 7:30 pm in the Council Chambers in City Hall to give input and take authorize the increase.
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