The New Hampshire Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a man who sought to reverse his conviction for the murder of a woman hacked to death with a machete.
A New Hampshire man seeking to reverse his conviction for the murder of a woman hacked to death with a machete and knife in her home will have his case argued next month before the state Supreme Court.
Steven Spader was just 17 when he and Christopher Gribble murdered Kimberly Cates in a gruesome machete attack and home invasion.
New Hampshire rarely expands its death penalty statute, but the brutal machete and knife attack that killed a mother in her bed and severely wounded her daughter could move lawmakers to add home invasion killings to the short list of crimes punishable by death.
A New Hampshire man who pleaded guilty to hiding evidence in a home invasion and machete attack is going to prison.
A New Hampshire man convicted in a deadly home invasion is going to appeal his conviction.
Two teenagers who heard screams and pleas but did nothing to stop the machete and knife attacks that killed a New Hampshire mother and maimed her 11-year-old daughter were sentenced Monday to decades in prison for their roles in the home invasion.
It appears the five men who were part of one of the most vicious crimes in New Hampshire history, may all wind up at the same prison.
Investigators say a New Hampshire inmate serving a life sentence sent an envelope containing suspicious powder to the superior court in Nashua.
A jury quickly found Christopher Gribble guilty of first-degree murder Friday in the brutal 2009 Mont Vernon home invasion.