A Foggy Commute; Dover Man Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter; Northfield Meth Lab; Maine Arson Arrest [NEWS]
PORTSMOUTH,NH– Thick fog is greeting motorists on their Friday morning commute. The fog has severely limited visibility. Drive with care.
The fog will burn off and we will see a party sunny afternoon with highs in the low 40’s.
DOVER,NH– A Dover man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection with the death of anothe rDover man last year after an incident in Portsmouth. Zachary O’Neill faces 10 to 22 years in prison when he is sentenced next week in Rockingham County Superior Court. He entered the guilty plea in the death of Joshua Krantz in April of last year, the day after an incident at the Page Restaurant.
NORTHFIELD,NH– Police arrested 6 people after uncovering a suspected meth lab in Northfield Thursday. Officials say they were acting on a tip when they raided the apartment on Elm Street and found chemical evidence of drug manufacturing. The apartment is across the street from a school and the library which were placed on temporary lockdown.
GRAY,ME.– Maine State Police have arrested a Gray man on arson charges. 50 year old Paul Barry was charged with setting fire to a mobile home early Thursday morning. Barry had been evicted from the mobile home on December 1. There were no injuries.
PORTLAND,Maine(AP) – Today is the deadline for interested parties to bid on the bankrupt, Maine-based railroad responsible for a disaster that killed 47 people inCanada. The minimum bid for theMontreal,Maineand Atlantic Railways is $15.7 million.
CONCORD,N.H.(AP) – A commission created to study post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury among veterans says the state’s civilian health system is capable of providing appropriate care, but the challenge is educating both veterans and providers. The commission released a report yesterday with one broad recommendation – to make the commission permanent.