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New Hampshire daycare owner and employees facing criminal charges for allegedly putting melatonin in children’s food

The daycare owner and her three employees turned themselves in, police said.

Owner of auto dealership in Plaistow, N.H., arrested for allegedly not providing customer with vehicle title on time

Nicholas Giangarra, 29, of Newton, N.H., and owner of JTS Auto & Truck, was arrested on a warrant and charged with one count of Anti-Theft Laws: No Title To Transferee, NH State Police said Wednesday.


N.H. judge denies state’s request to invalidate $38m YDC verdict

David Meehan won a $38 million verdict for abuse he suffered at a state-run youth detention center. State attorneys have argued it should be capped at $475,000. Now they’re asking the court to throw out the verdict entirely.


‘UNH Funds Genocide’ painted on front doors of central campus building

The incident, which police are investigating, comes two weeks after 12 people were arrested when authorities quickly cleared a pro-Palestinian encampment.


John Doe cops asking N.H. Supreme Court to spare their reputations

The lawsuits reflect debate over how much information must be made public about police misconduct and which types of incidents are potentially exculpatory.

Manchester, N.H., man arrested for allegedly knocking over porta potty with mother and daughter inside

Aiden Studer, 18, was charged with two counts of criminal restraint and criminal mischief, according to a statement from the Manchester Police Department. He was also charged with assault for throwing something at a police officer.


N.H. Attorney General ‘disappointed’ ACLU ‘has chosen to support’ neo-Nazi white supremacist group

The ACLU is arguing for free speech, while the Attorney General pursues civil charges against NSC-131 for hanging a white supremacist sign from a public highway overpass.

Judge won’t reconvene jury after disputed verdict in New Hampshire youth center abuse case

Judge Andrew Schulman said recalling the jury would be inappropriate given that jurors have been exposed to “intense publicity and criticism of their verdict.”