Lebanon PD Arrest MA Man for Drugs
Lebanon Police say they arrested a Massachusetts man after an illegal drug activity investigation. Sean Murphy, age 34, of Andover, Massachusetts was arrested on Tuesday, after he drove to Lebanon from Massachusetts with cocaine, marijuana, and prescription narcotics. Murphy refused bail and was held at the Grafton County House of Corrections.
On Wednesday, Murphy was released on $10,000 personal recognizance bail at the Lebanon District Division, New Hampshire Second Circuit Court. A search warrant was served on Murphy’s vehicle where numerous edible marijuana items packaged for sale, as well as packaged marijuana, were located.
Murphy is due in Lebanon District Division, New Hampshire Second Circuit Court on April 4, 2016 on charges of four (4) counts of Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs and Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs with Intent to Distribute, all Class B Felonies
Sunapee’s West Bowl Expansion Approved
NH DRED Commissioner Jeffrey Rose gave his approval on a Revised Master Development Plan (RMDP) for Sunapee’s West Bowl Expansion yesterday in Newbury. The expansion calls for four news trails, a new lift and a new lodge at Mount Sunapee Ski Resort. Changes from the draft RMDP are:
1. On Polygon D, all ski trails are eliminated including under the chair lift and no stumping of trees and no heavy equipment on the terrain.
2. Mt. Sunapee Resort to pay up to $40,000 for ecological assessment
3. The 260 Acres Conservation land to be transferred to DREAD prior to any construction for West Bowl Expansion.
4. Four Season Hiking Trails on Summit Trail
5. Ski Slopes set back 50 feet instead of 20 inside the State Park Boundary
6. Owners and visitors shall not be granted any rights to use the recreational facilities on public land that is not enjoyed by the public.
7. Mountain coaster neither approved nor denied.
8. Add someone from NHDOT as member of the Mount Sunapee Advisory Committee.
Bob Bell, Selectman of Goshen praised Commissioner’s Rose vote
Audrey Sylvester from the Friends of Mount Sunapee feels the plan will ruin a treasure.
In spite of more concessions from Mt. Sunapee Resort, Vice President and General Manager Jay Gamble expressed his appreciation for the hard work done by Commissioner Rose..
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Charlestown NH Woman Charged with DUI
A Charlestown NH was charged with Driving Under the Influence after she totaled her 2010 Subaru Forester on Wednesday. VT State Police say they responded to a single car accident where Cynthia
Ehlenfeldt 56 hit two trees after leaving Middletown Road in Londonderry. During the investigation police determined, that Ehlenfeldt was under the influence of alcohol. Ms. Ehlenfeldt will appear in Windham Court on April 5, to answer the charges.