NORTH HAVERHILL, N.H. – Police Say a 19-year-old New Hampshire man aided his friend’s suicide in multiple ways. Police said in court documents that Parker Hogan brought a gun, notebook and pen to the scene of his roommates death and instructed him on holding the gun at the correct angle to his head.
Police 19-year-old victim was found dead of a gunshot wound in the woods near his Plymouth apartment May 8. His death was determined to be a suicide.
Hogan was arraigned Tuesday during which his lawyer entered not guilty pleas on the charge and on charges of falsifying physical evidence.
Police said that Hogan told them Buskey had a court date and didn’t want to go to jail. He told them he helped plan Buskey’s suicide. They say the two went into the woods near the apartment, where they practiced ways for Buskey to shoot himself.
Police said Hogan left the woods, waited until he heard a gunshot and returned to make sure Buskey was dead. He called police and Buskey’s father the next morning.
Police said Hogan posted bail. He’s scheduled to appear in court in July.