Norwich Teen Charged with Sheltering a Runaway
Vermont State Police arrested a Norwich teen after he was found with a runaway Pike NH teen yesterday afternoon. Vermont State Police said they received several calls reporting people having seen 17-year-old Ashley Rowley in a car in Bradford VT. Rowley was reported missing by her family on Tuesday after she was last seen in Thetford VT with her boyfriend 18-year-old Tyler Bowen in a Black 2008 Ford Focus.
VSP along with Bradford Police located the car on Brook Road in Corinth and performed a traffic stop. Rowley was returned to NH and placed in the custody of the Haverhill Police and Bowen was taken into custody for Unlawful Sheltering of a Runaway. Bowen was and issued a citation to appear on August 30 in Orange County Court to answer the charge.
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VSP Investigate Two Deaths in Londonderry
Vermont State Police are investigating two separate unattended deaths that occurred in Londonderry VT on Wednesday. Police said 22-year old Keith Johnson was found deceased by rescue workers at his apartment on North Main Street shortly before 10:00 AM. Evidence of recent illicit drug use was present in Johnson’s apartment.
The second death occurred on Magic Mountain Access Road just after 1:30 PM. Police said a 41 year-old-female had collapsed at her residence was unable to be revived by emergency personnel. The woman’s name is being withheld pending notification of family members.
Both victims were transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Burlington and autopsies and toxicology results are pending. Both death investigations are active. If anyone has any information on either case, they are asked to call the State Police at the Westminster Barracks at 802 722-4600
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NH Athletics Receive Espy Awards
As part of the 25th annual ESPYS Awards, Special Olympics athletes from the United States were honored last night. Two of the athletics were from NH Special Olympics. The ESPY team recognized Jeremy Colter of Lebanon and Pam Langille of Concord as embodiments of ESPY athletes.
Colter competes and officiates Special Olympics basketball competitions worldwide and Langille competes in cross country skiing, basketball, athletics, and golf.
Jeremy Colter and Pam Langille were two of twenty-four Special Olympic athletics who received an award. Each athlete received a letter of commendation, along with an ESPYS statuette
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Road Work in Hanover Could Cause Delays
Travelers in Hanover should note there will be work on West Wheelock and Lebanon Streets next week. From approximately 6:00 PM on Sunday, July 16th to 6:00 AM Monday, July 17th, roadwork will be taking place on West Wheelock Street between the Ledyard Bridge and Main Street. Delays should be expected during this time.
The work on Lebanon Street will take place from about 6:00 PM Monday, July 17th to 6:00 AM on Tuesday, July 18th. The work will take place between Hovey Lane and Barrymore Road. Delays should be expected during this time.