‘Armed and Dangerous’ Dover Fugitive Tops Seacoast Headlines This Week
The news that U.S. Marshals were searching for an "armed and dangerous" fugitive topped Seacoast Current's headlines for the week of January 25-29.
The story, which explained that the fugitive had Dover connections, said Drew Alden Hankins was wanted by both the Dover Police Department and the Rockingham County's Sheriff's Office for probation violations and felonies for possession of a firearm and three counts of narcotics possession, according to a press release
Here are some of the other top stories that featured prominently among Seacoast Current's headlines this week:
The U.S Marshals Service is currently seeking a fugitive whose last known address was in Dover, according to a press release.
The vehicle allegedly increased its speed as it proceeded through the intersection of Depot Road in what police called a "deliberate attempt to elude apprehension."
This 600-acre property in Barrington is unbelievable.
The ANGRY Donut said it had recently bought The Purple Onion, a sandwich shop in downtown Newburyport.
The man allegedly shouted racial slurs at a Black family while at a gas station in Seabrook, and threatened to burn one male individual.