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.
A jury quickly found Christopher Gribble guilty of first-degree murder Friday in the brutal 2009 Mont Vernon home invasion.
Jurors in a deadly New Hampshire home invasion and machete attack trial are listening to recordings of the admitted killer detailing the crimes.
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — The father of a New Hampshire girl who was maimed during a deadly home invasion while he was away on business tells jurors he no longer travels for work. David Cates […]
Prosecutors are presenting their case in the trial of a New Hampshire man who has admitted being part of a deadly knife and machete attack on a Mont Vernon woman.
The former girlfriend of a New Hampshire man serving a life sentence for his role in the 2009 home invasion killing of a woman and maiming of her daughter says she used to call the suspect on trial now “Creepy Chris.”
The New Hampshire man who has admitted being part of the deadly knife and machete attack on a woman and her 11-year-old daughter finished testifying Wednesday.
The insanity defense can be a risky strategy, says attorney and former prosecutor Jennifer Roman commenting on the Christopher Gribble trial.