U.S. Marshals: Narcotics Fugitive Started Fire In Seabrook Home
A New Hampshire man is wanted on multiple narcotics and weapon charges after his drug manufacturing allegedly resulted in a fire that saw him displaced from his Seabrook home, according to the U.S. Marshal's Office.
In a release from the U.S. Marshal's Office, the District of New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force is assisting in location efforts for 37-year-old Jonah Sebastian Couturier, whom officials consider a fugitive.
Officials said Couturier is wanted on numerous narcotics-related offenses as well as a charge for reckless conduct with a firearm. Couturier's whereabouts are unknown, the release said, although Couturier does have a prior address in Merrimack.
Couturier's last known address was in Seabrook, officials said, where he allegedly caused a fire in his residence due to narcotics manufacturing.
Officials said Couturier is 6 foot 2 inches and weights approximately 185 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes as well as tattoos on his left calf, right shoulder, wrist, neck and forehead.
A warrant was issued for Couturier's arrest by the Rockingham County Sheriff's Department in 2017, the release said.