The Messenger – February 25, 2011

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Newport names Brown interim manager

The Newport selectmen have named Paul Brown, the town’s finance director and assistant town manager as interim town manager. He will begin his new duties on April 30, replacing Dan O’Neill, who retires on that date. Brown will serve as interim manager for up to one year while the Board conducts a search for a permanent replacement.

Newport teens arrested for making bombs

A trio of Newport teenagers may soon face felony charges in relation to a pair of explosions on Oak Street last Tuesday night. According to Lt. Jim Burroughs of the Newport Police Department, the 16-yearolds will be charged with making improvised destructive devices. Burroughs also said that there could be additional arrests before the investigation is done.

Judge will not sit on Weare Police cases

The Supreme Court Judicial Conduct Committee has cautioned Goffstown District Court Judge Paul H. Lawrence for discussing a Weare police lieutenant’s credibility to a prosecutor, but dismissed the complaint the officer filed accusing the judge of abuse of office. Although the Committee voted to dismiss Lt. James Carney’s complaint, finding no judicial misconduct, Carney’s lawyer, state Rep. Tony Soltani, of Epsom plans to fi le legislation seeking removal of Lawrence by impeachment, alleging he violated state law and the Code of Judicial Conduct.

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