One of the five men convicted in one of the most vicious crimes in New Hampshire history, is now serving out his sentence in New Jersey.
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 convicted of hacking to death a woman and maiming her daughter in a 2009 home invasion was sentenced once again Friday to life in prison without parole, plus 76 years.
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.
Police are still searching for a man who broke into a Mont Vernon home and sexually assaulted a woman.
It will be months before a New Hampshire man who wielded a machete in a deadly home invasion in Mont Vernon gets to make his case for a reduced sentence because he was 17 at the time.
Lawyers for a man convicted of slashing a woman to death with a machete and maiming her 11-year-old daughter during a home invasion want to have his life sentence reduced.
Steven Spader was just 17 when he and Christopher Gribble murdered Kimberly Cates in a gruesome machete attack and home invasion.
The man who lost his wife in a vicous home invasion two years ago in Mont Vernon, New Hampshire announced a new scholarship in his wife’s honor on Wednesday.
Gov. John Lynch is expected to sign a bill, prompted by a machete and knife attack that killed a mother in her bed, to expand New Hampshire’s death penalty.