Fugitive of Week is Rochester man wanted in fentanyl death

ROCHESTER — A Rochester man, indicted by the Strafford County grand jury in September on a charge alleging he sold fentanyl to a woman, resulting in her death, is this week’s New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week, according to the U.S. Marshals district office in Concord.
Ben MacKenzie, 21, of 198 South Main St., was arrested in December of last year on various drug charges, said Deputy Strafford County Attorney Tim Sullivan last week, but was not arrested at that time on the Class A felony charge brought forth by the grand jury.
“He had been arrested on Dec. 12, 2016, for three counts of the sale of a controlled drug,” said Sullivan. “After a very thorough and lengthy investigation by Rochester Police into the death of B.F., we were able to send this charge to the grand jury.”
The indictment indicates that there is

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