Updated 11:11 a.m. MANCHESTER, NH – The boyfriend of a woman gunned down Saturday night outside a local club was arrested Thursday morning while appearing in Nashua District court on a matter unrelated to the shooting.
Detectives from the Manchester Police Department arrested Jeremy Winslow, 34, of Manchester, on March 7 at the 9th Circuit District Court Nashua Division.
Winslow was scheduled to appear in court Thursday on a compliance hearing stemming from a domestic violence-related case from 2016.
Winslow was arrested Thursday by Manchester police on a warrant stemming from the incident on March 2, in which his girlfriend, Tanya Hall, was fatally shot while in the passenger seat of Winslow’s Jeep as the two were leaving a night club.
He was charged with possession of controlled drug-cocaine (felony) contrary to NH RSA 318: B-2 and operating after suspension-second offense (misdemeanor) contrary to NH RSA 263:64.
Scant details have been released by the Attorney General’s office around the circumstances leading up to the shooting. The only public information that has been circulated has been through media interviews with Winslow, who has freely shared his account of the events leading up to the shooting with television and print outlets.
In Hall’s obituary the family lists a donation page established to help provide for Hall’s young son, Julian. That page cautions contributors to not give to a similar donation page established by Winslow.
On March 6 an online blog site, Turtleboysports.com*, released a three-part series of information keenly focused on Winslow, which includes some of his past criminal history and a link to a Union Leader story posted March 6 reporting Hall’s family was granted a restraining order against Winslow Wednesday by a Merrimack District Court judge.
Hall’s mother, Robyn Neveu told the court that Winslow has been continually texting her requesting to see Hall’s son since her daughter’s death. Winslow is not the child’s father.
[*Turtleboy is a pseudonym for Aiden Kearney, a teacher-turned blogger who says his mission is fighting censorship through his blog posts on national issues.]