Saturday, April 19, 2014
From news service reports
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The restaurant shut down this week.
Michael Holl declined to comment. The Holls, of Springfield, Vt., inherited the business when their mother, Gertrude Holl, died in 2008.
In her lawsuit, Debra Holl said she signed over power-of-attorney to her brother in December, when she checked into a hospital for an undisclosed illness; she was released in March.
She said she wants to stop her brother from selling the business.
Woman accused of mailing drugs to jailed supremacist
A New Hampshire woman has been arrested on drug and conspiracy charges, accused of mailing drugs to a state prison inmate believed to part of a prison-based white supremacist gang.
Police said the name of the gang is the Brotherhood of White Warriors. Police identified inmate Matthew Peters as a "street captain" of the group believed to be responsible for expanding to the streets of Concord.
Police said Peggy Sinclair was identified as one of Peters' girlfriends.
The 50-year-old Sinclair, of Concord, is accused of concealing the drug suboxone and mailing it to Peters and to another inmate this year.
Both envelopes were intercepted by state corrections investigators and were forwarded to the State Police Forensic Laboratory for analysis.
Sinclair turned herself into police on Thursday.