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CONCORD, NH — Another New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week was captured this weekend due to a tip from the public, according to Brandon Wilson of the U.S. Marshals Service. Christopher Michael Smith, 45, was arrested without incident by members of the Nashua Police Department on Aug. 12, 2017, on an outstanding arrest warrant for a sex offender registration violation and sales of a controlled drug-methamphetamine. Smith, according to Wilson, was arrested on Hollis Street after police received an “anonymous tip” that he was taking at a home there.
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“The Nashua Police Department acted quickly on the tip and was able to arrest Smith without incident,” Wilson stated. (For more information on this and other neighborhood stories,
CLEARFIELD – An anonymous tip led to the capture of a wanted fugitive, stated District Attorney William A. Shaw Jr.
Shaw identified the fugitive as Michael English, 35, of Lingle Street, Osceola Mills. He was added to the Clearfield County Fugitive of the Week list Monday.
English was wanted for failure to appear at jury selection April 13, at which time a warrant was issued for his arrest.
On Sept. 28, 2016, Officer Joseph Witherite of the Decatur Township Police Department filed a criminal complaint, charging English with fleeing or attempting to elude an officer, F3; use/possession of drug paraphernalia, M; recklessly endangering another person, M2, four counts; disorderly conduct, M3; and various traffic offenses.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, while on routine patrol Sept. 17, 2016, Witherite encountered a vehicle in an isolated area. The
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) –
A two-year joint investigation in North Charleston led to the arrests of multiple people with numerous guns and drugs seized.
During a press conference on Wednesday, law enforcement officials announced 21 suspects had been arrested Wednesday during a round up on state and federal drug and firearm trafficking charges.
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The investigation involved nearly 200 undercover operations which resulted in the purchase of 58 firearms, over three and a half pounds of cocaine and crack cocaine, 80 grams of meth and 41 grams of heroin.
Authorities say they are searching for 21 other suspects in connection to the investigation.
“We got 21 today. We got 20 something to go. But you can run, but you can’t hide forever. We will get you,” said Mayor Keith Summey.
NCPD officials say the investigation began