NH police recruit charged for plotting to shoot fellow recruits at graduation
A man being groomed to become a police officer was fired and charged with criminal threats for comments made about an upcoming police academy graduation ceremony
By Kevin Landrigan
The New Hampshire Union Leader, Manchester
LACONIA, New Hampshire — A 24-year-old Concord man being groomed to become a Laconia police officer was fired and charged with criminal threatening Wednesday for comments made about an upcoming police academy graduation ceremony a short time before he was to graduate, state police officials said.
State troopers with the special investigations unit and the mobile enforcement team arrested Noah Beaulieu on Interstate 93 in Concord Wednesday.
He will be arraigned on Thursday in Merrimack County Superior Court on one felony charge of criminal threatening.
Trooper First Class Tamara Hester has been investigating this case and the supervisor of the matter has been State Police Capt. Joseph M. Ebert.
Until Wednesday, Beaulieu had been a recruit with the Laconia Police Dept. studying at the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Academy, officials said.
State police officials did not offer further details.
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