Gift Card Scams Lead To Millions Of Dollars Worth Of Devices: Patch NH

March 27, 2024 0 By JohnValbyNation

CONCORD, NH — Here are some share-worthy stories from the New Hampshire Patch network to discuss this afternoon and evening.

This post features stories and information published during the past 24 hours.

Concord Police, HSI Bust Multi-Million Dollar Gift Card Scam Operation: 2 New Yorkers and a Nashua man arrested after a multi-month investigation; cops, feds seize millions of dollars worth of electronic devices.

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Truck Driver Careens Off I-93 In Concord, Crashes Into 14 Vehicles: Watch: The driver may have had a medical episode while driving off I-93 at Exit 14, plowing into vehicles in Stickney Avenue parking lots.

Housing A Top Concern At New Hampshire Mayors’ Summit: Mayor Jay Ruais hosted the summit Monday; 12, including the mayors of Concord, Nashua, and Portsmouth, were in attendance.

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Suspect Runs Off After Exeter Jewelry Store Theft: The suspect, a white man, was seen fleeing Exeter Jewelers with a gold bracelet just before 4 p.m. Friday, according to police.

Vehicle Rollover Injures Man In Nashua On The F.E. Everett Turnpike: Multiple conflicting reports initially indicated that a tractor-trailer, pedestrian, and car were involved in the crash near Exit 4 north.

New Hampshire Manslaughter Convict Arrested In Mass.: Follow-Ups: Richard Paul Labbe was arrested on Thursday in Clinton, Mass.; 3 other NH fugitives found in recent weeks, corrections officials say.

Merrimack Man Indicted For Theft Of $140K From Manchester Restaurant: James Peretti, the general manager for 4 years at The Foundry, Dean Kamen’s eatery, was accused of submitting false reimbursements.

Prolonged And Intense’ Allergy Season Forecast For NH: The allergy season will be a nasty one for large parts of the country, according to AccuWeather.

Warmington Says No To Ban On Sanctuary Cities, Yes To Ban On AR-15s: Watch: On WMUR’s “Close Up” Sunday, Concord’s executive councilor said it was “a local issue to be decided by our local communities.”

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Thousands Still Without Power After Storm, Crashes; More: PM Patch NH: Funds raised for college student involved in bike crash; out-of-state Pro-Palestine protesters back in NH; what’s up with the RE market?

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