Concord, NH – At approximately noon
today, this week’s Fugitive of the Week, David Sawell Carey, was arrested by
members of the U.S. Marshals – NH Joint Fugitive Task Force with the
assistance of the Pembroke Police Department in Pembroke. David Carey, 41,
who was last known to live in Manchester, NH, was wanted on an outstanding
arrest warrant for violations of his state parole, stemming from his
original conviction for being a habitual offender. Although this is not a
major case, Carey’s serious criminal history warranted the attention of the
U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.
As part of the U.S. Marshal’s fugitive investigation, Carey was aired just
this morning as the 'Fugitive of the Week'. The 'Fugitive of the Week' is
broadcast on WTPL-FM, WMUR-TV, The Union Leader, The Nashua Telegraph, The
Patch, Foster’s Daily Democrat and is prominently featured on the internet.
At approximately 11AM, a tip came into the Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force
pointing to a residence on Glass Street in Pembroke, NH. Armed with this
information, members of the task force responded to the Glass Street area.
After a short period of surveillance, Carey was observed in the driveway of
the residence working on a car. Members of the task force approached Carey
and arrested him without incident on the outstanding parole violation. Carey
was brought to the NH State Prison, where he will be held pending his
violation hearing in front of the NH State Parole Board.
This arrest was made by several members of the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task
Force, including; the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, the Greenfield
and Manchester Police Departments, deputy U.S. Marshals, along with officers
from the Pembroke Police Department.
Since the inception of the New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force in 2002,
these partnerships have resulted in over 5,523 arrests. These arrests have
ranged in seriousness from murder, assault, unregistered sex offenders,
probation and parole violations and numerous other serious offenses.
Nationally the United States Marshals Service fugitive programs are carried
out with local law enforcement in 94 district offices, 85 local fugitive
task forces, 7 regional task forces, as well as a growing network of offices
in foreign countries.
information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found at
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