LONDONDERRY, N.H. (CBS) – U.S. Marshals arrested a New Hampshire man on Saturday that was needed for expenses related to the loss of life of a toddler final yr. Dana Dolan was arrested at an house in Lancaster, N.H., a day after the U.S. Marshals-New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Job Drive provided a reward of as much as $2,500 for info resulting in him.
Dolan faces expenses of negligent murder, reckless manslaughter, and reckless conduct with a lethal weapon after a 21-month-old consumed medicine and died. He’s being held at Rockingham County Jail, and his first courtroom look is about for Monday.
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The Londonderry Police Division had requested the Job Drive to assist discover Dolan and the 2 different folks answerable for the toddler’s loss of life. 29-year-old Shawna Cote and 32-year-old Mark Geremia have been arrested final Tuesday in Tilton, N.H.
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After the reward was introduced on Friday for Dolan, Marshals say they acquired a “tremendously elevated” variety of ideas in regards to the case. However so much have been investigated and dominated out.
U.S. Marshals continued working to seek out Dolan on Saturday, and the knowledge they gathered led them to an house on Powder Hill Drive in Lancaster. Dolan tried to expire of the again door as police approached the house, however he was arrested.
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“That is a type of investigations that really pulls on the heart-strings of everybody, as crimes in opposition to kids do.” U.S. Marshal Nick Willard mentioned, “The US Marshals Fugitive Job Drive and numerous different businesses labored tirelessly to make sure that all three of those fugitives have been arrested to allow them to be delivered to justice.”