The pair were ordered to have no contact, but at Thursday’s bail hearing held in the Hillsborough Superior Court – North in Manchester, Assistant Attorney General Jesse O’Neill told Judge Amy Messer that Kayla Montgomery told her father-in-law to pass a message on to Adam Montgomery. “I still love him,” Kayla Montgomery said in a recorded jailhouse call. READ MORE
Grafton County officials have been aware of the sexual assault allegations against former Corrections Officer Max Fournier since 2019, though no review of jail policies were undertaken as a result. READ MORE
Booze and heavy doses of right-wing misinformation pushed Navy veteran Ryder Winegar to call members of Congress last year, threatening rape and murder them if they did not support President Donald Trump. READ MORE
The town became aware in July that the $1.2 million monthly transfer meant for the ConVal School District didn’t go through. The initial investigation uncovered an email and the town put a stop order on the payment, according to the statement, but the money was already gone at that point. READ MORE
Attorneys are petitioning the Hillsborough Superior Court to lift the 30-day jail sentence imposed against a teen arrested during the summer protest in Manchester over the death of George Floyd. READ MORE
Federal agents arrested John Allen, 63, last week after he failed to show up to his sentencing hearing in the United States District Court in Concord, according to court records. Allen, who used to live in Bedford, had garnered the ire of federal prosecutors ahead of his Feb. 25 sentencing date by failing to disclose his finances. READ MORE
The Manchester lawyer convicted of money laundering and wire fraud for allegedly bilking clients out of millions may now be hiding his assets from the government, according to a new filing in the case.
Keene’s Crying Nazi, Christopher Cantwell, is going to federal prison for the next 41 months, though he asked to be released for time already served during his sentencing hearing on Wednesday. READ MORE