Lyman Bridge Dedication in Lebanon on Saturday
A Dedication Ceremony for the Lyman Bridge that joins West Lebanon and Hartford VT takes place this Saturday. The ceremony will take place on the NH side of the bridge at 10:00 AM on Route 4.
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Milford Man Pleads Guilty to Cocaine Distribution
The president of the Milford & Company Motorcycle Club, pleaded guilty to 11 counts of cocaine distribution in federal court yesterday.
According to court filings and statements, Harry Bolton, 63, of Milford, sold cocaine to a cooperating individual on 11 separate occasions. The transactions occurred at locations in Bedford, Goffstown, Milford, Weare, and Wilton, New Hampshire. Bolton is the president of Milford & Company Motorcycle Club. Bolton is scheduled for sentencing in February.
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NH State Police Investigating Untimely Death in Hooksett
The NH Attorney General’s Office and the State Police Major Crime Unit announced last night, that they are investigating an untimely death in Hooksett. A deceased female was located during a well-being check at a Hooksett Road home.
This is an ongoing investigation into whether a crime occurred. At this point, there is no evidence to suggest a threat to the public. An autopsy is scheduled for today.
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Piermont NH Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Fraud Charges
A Piermont NH woman pleaded not guilty to defrauding her employer yesterday in a federal court. Katie Stygles 29 was indicted by a federal grand jury on wire fraud and device fraud in September.
According to the indictment, while Stygles was the Office Manager for ARC Mechanical Contractors in Bradford VT from Feb 2016- May 2017, she used ARC’s credit card to order supplies for her business KMS Stables. The indictment also stated that Stygles diverted ARC customer’s payments into a Pay Pal account for her business KMS Stables. In addition, Stygles used her employers United Parcel Service account for items she shipped for KMS Stables.
The indictment charges that the total fraud amounted to more than $73,000.
The United States Attorney emphasizes that the charges in the indictment are merely accusations and that the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until she is proven guilty.
If convicted, Stygles faces up to 20 years of imprisonment and a fine of up to $250,000. The actual sentence would be determined with reference to federal sentencing guidelines.
The Bradford Police Department and the United States Secret Service investigated this case.
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New London Town Offices Cosed this Saturday
The New London Town Clerk’s Office will not be open this Saturday, October 28th.
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Bradford NH Police Seek Gift Cards for No Shave November
Members of the Bradford Police Department will once again be taking part in No Shave November. This year they are taking a different approach to their fundraising. They will not be setting up a fund collection page, but are accepting gift cards for gas stations and Margaritas Restaurant in Lebanon, NH that they will donate to the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock at the end of the month.
Many families travel to CHaD for treatment on a monthly, weekly or even daily basis. The gas cards can be used to offset transportation costs and Margarita’s gift cards will allow families to sit and enjoy a meal before making their trek home (Located across the road from the Hospital).
Donations can be dropped off at the station or mailed to Bradford Police Department, Attn: Sgt. Edward Shaughnessy PO Box 762, Bradford, NH 03221
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Cavendish VT Man Crashes Car into Restaurant
A Cavendish VT man received serious injuries after he crashed his car into Neil’s Restaurant in Cavendish. Police say Daniel Vieu was driving his 2010 Dodge Avenger north on 103 when he left the road and traveled across an open lawn and crashed into the restaurant. Vieu was taken to Springfield Hospital and transferred to D.H.M C. with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The car and the building sustained serious damage. Vieu was processed for suspected DUI. Charges are pending blood test results. No employees or patrons at Neil’s restaurant were injured.