Fatal Shooting; Beginning Of A New Era For NE Patriots: PM Patch NH

CONCORD, NH — Here are some share-worthy stories from the New Hampshire Patch network to discuss this afternoon and evening.

This post features stories and information published during the past 24 hours.


Concord Shooting Investigation ‘Ongoing’; Suspect Detained: Follow-Up: A man was shot and killed on Garvins Falls Road on Tuesday; NH Attorney General’s Office says shooting investigation “remains active.”

Concord Shooting Victim Dies; AG Opens Suspicious Death Investigation: Follow-Up: Police, state troopers, and sheriff’s employees are searching for a suspect after a man was shot and killed on Tuesday night.

Concord Police Investigating Shooting On Garvins Falls Road: One man was shot and taken to Concord Hospital; police, troopers, and sheriff’s employees are searching for a suspect who is still at large.

‘Adult Film Star,’ Felon Arrested On Nashua Child Rape Charges: Emily Iris Leduc faces child sexual abuse image and 2 felonious sexual assault counts after incidents with a teen in the spring of 2023.

Queen City Felon Indicted On Gun Threat, Other Charges: Court Roundup: Stalkers indicted on new charges; Bedford man indicted on strangulation, assault charges; Deering man indicted on cruelty to animals charge.

Newmarket Man Indicted On 11 Child Rape Charges: Court Roundup: Maine man indicted on 8 child rape charges; Mass. man indicted on assault on corrections officer charge; Portsmouth, Salem drug indictments.

Pembroke Woman Indicted In Concord Motorcycle Hit-And-Run: Roundup: Franklin drug dealer indicted on charges; sex offender accused of not telling cops about job, Twitter account; stolen motorcycle indictment.

Nashua Man Indicted, Accused Of Threatening To Kill Cop: Court Roundup: Plus: Nashua woman indicted on child assault charge; Merrimack felon indicted on gun charges, accused of shooting at homes in Hudson.

NH Republicans Line Up In Cold, Snow To Greet Trump In First Post-Iowa Rally: “We’re here for it; we’re here for him,” said Paul, a plumber from Sandown who was one of hundreds standing in line for 90 minutes.

Massive Oil Tanker Fire; Car Break-In, Stabbing Incident: PM Patch NH: Crashes; bank robbery suspect dies after being shot; secession bill considered; #FITN2024; per pupil costs reach $20K; wrestlers compete.

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Notable NH Deaths: Former Sen. Jack Barnes And Rep. Suzanne Smith; Former Plymouth State President

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Requiring A Local Nonprofit To Run School Voucher Programs Gets Controversial

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