Two NH Fugitives Arrested on the Seacoast
US Marshals took two wanted fugitives from justice into custody in the Seacoast region on Tuesday.
Acting on several tips marshals and Somerworth police went to an apartment on Franklin Street in Somersworth to take Samuel Warren, 34, into custody for bail violations due an ongoing case alleging the possession with intent to distribute narcotics (fentanyl).
After a resident denied Warren was there police obtained a warrant and activated the Strafford County Regional Tactical Operations Unit. Warren eventually came outside and surrendered, according to the US Marshals.
Warren was taken to the Strafford County Jail pending his appearance in Strafford County Superior Court on Wednesday.
Arrested at Work
Marshals assisted Merrimack and Gilmanton Police in the arrest of David Carkin, 25, of Gilmanton for the offenses of Felonious Sexual Assault, Possession of
Child Sex Abuse Images, Manufacture of Child Sexual Abuse Images, use of computer services-prohibited, indecent exposure and criminal threatening.
Carkin was arrested Tuesday at his job at a store in Eppig without incident.
He is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail pending his initial court appearance on Wednesday.