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Heroin Dealer Arrested In Ossipee With Kids In Car

by Christian Mower on May 28, 2015

Ossipee N.H. – An Ossipee woman has been arrested on several counts of selling heroin. 35-year-old Jennifer Lessard was arrested by Ossipee Police at 10 pm on may 14th while trafficking the drug. When police arrested her she had her 5 and 10 year old children in the car with her. The arrest came after an investigation into heroin sales specifically by Lessaed. She faces 3 counts of selling heroin and 2 counts of endangering the welfare of a minor. Lessard has been released on bail. The case was bound over to the Superior Court yesterday at her probable cause hearing, after a preliminary finding of probable cause by Judge James Patten of the Ossipee District Court.

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White Mountain hotel lobby

White Mountain Hotel & Resort Lobby(Photo Courtesy of www.whitemountainhotel.com)

North Conway N.H. – The New Hampshire State Police Troop E is announcing that the owner of the White Mountain Hotel & Resort in Hales Location has posted a $1,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the armed robbery Sunday. According to Authorities the robber approached an overnight front desk employee at approximately 4 a.m., displayed a gun and demanded money. The Suspect then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect was described as a black male dressed in dark clothing. He was reportedly wearing a dark hood, with a camouflage facemask and gloves. State Police believe a second suspect was present at the time of the robbery, but they haven’t released a description. Authorities said Monday that a canine unit was unable to find tracks, so authorities believe the suspect or suspects left by a vehicle. No new information has been released in the ongoing investigation. The suspect(s) should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information is urged to contact the New Hampshire State Police, Troop E barracks, at (603) 223-8838.

 

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White Mountain hotel lobby

White Mountain Hotel & Resort Lobby(Photo Courtesy of www.whitemountainhotel.com)

 

North Conway N.H. – Authorities are continuing to investigate the armed robbery of the White Mountain Hotel & Resort in Hale’s Location early Sunday morning. According to Troop E of the State Police the robber approached an overnight front desk employee at approximately 4 a.m., displayed a gun and demanded money, and then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect was described as a black male dressed in dark clothing. He was reportedly wearing a dark hood, with a camouflage facemask and gloves. State Police believe a second suspect was present at the time of the robbery, but they haven’t released a description. Authorities said yesterday that a canine unit was unable to find tracks, so authorities believe the suspect or suspects left by a vehicle. The suspect(s) should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information is urged to contact the New Hampshire State Police, Troop E barracks, at (603) 223-8838.

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250 Gallon Sealant Spill On A Casco Road!

by Christian Mower on May 26, 2015

Casco M.E. – A road is Casco Maine got an extra coating of sealant this weekend after a vehicle pulling a 500 gallon tank spilled the substance onto the road. On Friday around 5pm 35-year-old Paul Cricones of Casco was towing a trailer that had a full 500 gallon tank of asphalt sealcoating material north on Meadow Road when the tank ruptured near Plains Road and Meadow Road in the Town of Raymond. The thick, black oil type material used to seal asphalt surfaces was leaked in large amounts onto the road. Cricones, who is the owner of PRC Sealcoating realized the material was leaking and pulled over at the intersection of Leach Hill Road and Meadow Road where a Sheriff’s Deputy noticed the situation. The Deputy contacted the Casco Fire Department who responded and worked to contain the spill. The spill was estimated to be approximately 250 gallons. The Department of Environmental Protection was also contacted and made aware of the incident. At least one vehicle had traveled through the material, coating the vehicle’s exterior. Anyone who experienced a similar occurrence from this incident is encouraged to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 207-893-2810.

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Memorial Day Events In The Mount Washington Valley

by Christian Mower May 23, 2015 Front Page News

  In North Conway the American Legion Post 95 and the Bartlett VFW Post willparticipate in a 9 a.m. parade in Jackson to the Jackson Cemetery where there will be a wreath-laying, rife volley salute and playing of taps. The units will then return to Jackson where they will have identical ceremonies at cemeteries in […]

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Fire Danger Still High For Memorial Day Weekend

by Christian Mower May 22, 2015 Front Page News

With the Big Memorial Day Weekend upon us officials are warning that conditions are still rough for those looking to enjoy a smore by the campfire. The state tourism department is expecting over 500,000 people to visit the granite state this weekend with many of those visitors likely camping and hitting the trails. With a […]

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