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A dispositional conference held Friday for former City Councilor Michael Weeden, 23, where bail conditions were to be reviewed and reconsidered, revealed no further information pertaining to the case or the possible amendment to bail conditions.
A 52-year-old man was indicted this month for allegedly driving recklessly the wrong way in Rochester while being pursued by law enforcement.
The Secretary of State's Office said Friday the decision by Strafford County Superior Court Judge Brian Tucker means there will be no change in the current voter registration forms.
Prosecutors have dropped the felony organized retail crime enterprise charge against William York, who was accused of stealing $12 worth of greeting cards and using a fraudulent receipt to return those cards.
One month after Seth Mazzaglia was convicted of murdering Lizzi Marriott, prosecutors displayed some of the evidence used in his trial.
Tyler Patrick, 19, of 410 E Portland St., was charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery in connection with an incident at the Shell Station on Route 125 June 25. Patrick is currently being held in Strafford County Jail in Dover.
Officials involved with the transfer of Hyder Family Hospice House to county ownership are hopeful they will meet the target date of Aug. 1. The 16-bed in-patient hospice facility will be transferred from parent company Amedysis to temporary ownership of Strafford County.
Strafford County Sheriff David G. Dubois was recently joined by Strafford County Commissioners George Maglaras, Robert Watson, and Leo Lessard in presenting Deputy Keith Mackenzie, Maine State Police Sergeant Nick Grass, and Maine State Police Detective Randy Keaton the “Distinguished Unit Action Bar” of the Strafford County Sheriff's ... (more)
Two inmates who were being held in the county jail have been indicted on charges they assaulted officers employed by Strafford County House of Corrections.
The New Hampshire Attorney General's office has concluded a probation officer was justified in using deadly force against a man shot at a Rochester mobile home park.
A Rye man was arrested on a charge alleging he drove his girlfriend away from a crash scene where she drove into a pole, through a fence, then onto an Elwyn Road lawn.
No charges will be brought against the three law enforcement officers who shot and killed Benjamin Shannon at his mother's home at Saks Mobile Home Park on March 10. The Attorney General issued a press release early Wednesday afternoon absolving the three officers - a Strafford County deputy sheriff and two probation officers - of any criminal ... (more)
Charged with first-degree murder, Tristan Wolusky appeared at Dover Circuit Court this morning to waive his probable cause hearing.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 01:41 am
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