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Bristol Police Department Working With Schools

The Bristol Police Department took part in Read Across America on Wednesday. Officers read to elementary classes throughout the day at Bristol Elementary School. The Bristol Police Department has also has been volunteering with the Ski Program, eating lunch with

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Westminster VT Woman Charged with Assaulting a Police Officer

A Westminster VT woman is in the Southern State Correctional Facility after she held her home care worker against her will. Police say prior to their arrival the aid was able to get out of the bedroom uninjured. Allen was

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No Additional Charges Against Former NL Police Chief

Attorney General Joseph A. Foster announces that an investigation has been completed into allegations made against former New London Police Chief David Seastrand. On March 6, 2013, a complaint was made with the Attorney General’s Office regarding then Chief Seastrand’s

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Springfield Gets Fire and Rescue Boat

Springfield NH now has its own fire and rescue boat to use on Lake Kolelemook. The boat fills a need seen by Springfield Police Sergeant Michael Beaulieu, who was a life guard in his youth and expressed concern about beach

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Dartmouth College Students Charged with Possession and Intent to Distribute Cocaine

Substantial amounts of Cocaine, Psilocybin mushrooms, LSD, Ecstasy aka MDMA and Molly, Marijuana and drug manufacturing equipment were found by Hartford VT police during a raid on a 610 Sykes Mountain Avenue residence late Monday night. Police say they received

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Hanover Police Installs Drug Return Box

The Hanover Police Department has a Drug Return Box in the lobby of Hanover’s Public Safety Building which allows for the disposal of unwanted and expired prescription and over the counter drugs. The drug return box is available 24 hours

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New London Police Department Upgrades Equipment

New London Police department has upgraded surveillance cameras in their station and cruisers. Town officials spent thirty-five-thousand-dollars to improve recording equipment to protect officers from quote false allegations. This comes after former Chief David Seastrand resigned in April after a

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Sunapee’s New Police Boat is Ready and In the Water

After receiving two generous donations, first a boat from the Police Benevolent Association and another from a generous citizen Sunapee Police Department now has a public safety boat. The donation allowed for the boat to be equipped with a T-top,

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NH State Police Makes 2,500 Plus Stops Over Memorial Day Weekend

The NH State Police over Memorial Day Weekend made 2529 vehicle stops, which included 686 citations for speeding and 1161 warnings. There were also 130 citations issued for hazardous violations and 18 for Driving after Suspension and 60 other criminal

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Chief Resigns After AG Investigation

New London Police Chief David Seastrand’s resignation is effective immediately according to Town Manager Kim Hallquist. In a press release yesterday, Hallquist announced that due to an investigation by the State Attorney General’s Office, Seastrand said he would be unable

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