January 18, 2013

3 arrested in Farmington, NH, shootings

Even before today's arrest, a Maine man had turned himself in in connection with the shootings.

The Associated Press

FARMINGTON, N.H. — Police have made a third arrest in connection with a shooting in Farmington, N.H.

Two men were shot at a home a week ago. One suffered a gunshot wound to the head and the other to the chest but the injuries were not life-threatening.

Police say the two injured men have been arrested.

WMUR-TV reports that 21-year-old Matthew Roaf of Lebanon, Maine, turned himself in Wednesday after he was released from the hospital. He's been charged with robbery and conspiracy to commit.

Twenty-four-year-old Stephen Roy of Somersworth was arrested Tuesday night on the same charges.

A third man, 27-year-old Joshua Dionne, of North Berwick, Maine, has been detained in Maine on a parole violation. He is expected to face robbery charges after he is extradited to New Hampshire.

 

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