Man arrested in connection with N.H. homicide

HUBBARDTON On June 14, the New Hampshire State Police contacted the Vermont State Police and asked for assistance in attempting to locate a vehicle that may have been involved in a Homicide that occurred in Danville, N.H. Uniformed Vermont State Police troopers attempted to locate the vehicle in the Hubbarton area, where it was suspected that the perpetrator of the homicide, may have had ties. They were unsuccessful in locating it on this day. During the following week, VSP troopers and detectives assisted New Hampshire authorities in attempting to locate several vehicles and a suspect that had been developed in this case. This suspect was identified as a Paul McDonald, age 49, of Hubbardton. On June 18, detectives from the New Hampshire State Police traveled to the Rutland State Police Barracks and met with Vermont State Police detectives. During this investigation, they were able to locate McDonald at a residence in Hubbarton. Contact was made with McDonald, and he was arrested in Vermont for being a fugitive from justice. McDonald is expected to waive extradition and be transported back to New Hampshire to face charges there.

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