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District News:  April 04, 2014 - U.S. Marshal David Cargill, Jr. and Manchester Police Chief David Mara have created an alliance with a full-time commitment to the U.S. Marshals –New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force. This commitment has been in existence since the inception of the NH Joint Fugitive Task Force in 2002 on a part-time basis, but in an effort to arrest wanted fugitives in the Queen City, a Manchester detective has been assigned to the task force on a full-time basis.  Read More
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children LogoThe National Center for Missing & Exploited Children needs your help in locating Mary Nunes, a child that was abducted by her non-custodial mother, Genevieve Kelley, and her stepfather, Scott Kelley.  Read More | Additional Photos
Fugitive of the Week: 

Daniel King

Daniel King - The District of New Hampshire - New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force has been requested to locate and arrest fugitive, Daniel King. King is being sought on an outstanding arrest warrant issued by the Merrimack County Superior Court for Failure to Appear on charges of Possession of Heroin and False Report to Law Enforcement. King has an extensive criminal history involving drugs and violence, so caution should be used by anyone in contact with him. King was last known to live in either Northwood, or Manchester, NH and is likely still in one of these areas. If you know the whereabouts or have observed a person that resembles King, please contact the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force at (603) 225-1632 or your local police.  Read More

Have a fugitive tip? Send it anonymously via text message to the USMS - District of New Hampshire. Text the keyword NHTIP and your message to 847411 (TIP411). Or submit an anonymous tip online:  Submit a Tip

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