NH – This week’s “Fugitive of the Week,” Hardy Quintin, 32, was
arrested in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Hardy, was just featured on
Wednesday as the “Fugitive of the Week,” as a result of his outstanding
arrest warrant out of Sullivan County for probation violations after
being convicted and sentenced for sales of cocaine.
Wednesday, the Massachusetts State Police was searching for a Mass.
Parole violator at a residence on Franklin Street in Cambridge. During
this search, Hardy was located and arrested along with three other
people in the residence on outstanding arrest warrants and new charges.
During the arrest, officers inside the residence observed a handgun and
drugs out in the open. Once these items were observed the Mass. State
Police requested a search warrant for the residence. During the
execution of the search warrant several items were recovered including;
a Kel-Tec Sub 2000 9mm collapsible rifle, a .32 caliber revolver,
ammunition, a ballistic vest and drugs packaged for distribution
believed to be methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana. Additional
charges will be brought against the occupants.
The “Fugitive of
the Week” featuring, Hardy Quintin was aired on WTPL-FM, WMUR-TV, The
Union Leader, The Nashua Telegraph, The Patch, Foster’s Daily Democrat,
Manchester Information, the Manchester Ink Link, The Rochester Voice and
prominently featured on the internet. The
“Fugitive of the
Week” has been a very successful tool that has resulted in the
location and arrest of numerous fugitives since its implementation in
2007. Additionally, the “Fugitive of the Week” is distributed statewide
to all law enforcement officers.
Hardy was charged as a fugitive
from justice based on the outstanding Sullivan County arrest warrant and
will be held at the Middlesex County Jail pending his court appearances
and eventual return to New Hampshire.
Since the inception of the
New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force in 2002, these partnerships have
resulted in over 7,253 arrests (Updated as of 04/29/2018). 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, 8 regional task forces, as well
as a growing network of offices in foreign countries.
Additional information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found
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