State police investigate New Ipswich home

  • The New Hampshire State Police Major Crimes Unit investigates a house at 242 Ashburnham Road in New Ipswich on Thursday. Staff photo by Ben Conant

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript
Monday, February 05, 2018 7:20PM

State Police investigated a New Ipswich home on Thursday afternoon.

A Major Crimes Unit van was parked outside of the 242 Ashburnham Road residence that afternoon.

Tax maps indicate that the property is owned by a Judythe Carson. An obituary posted on the Cournoyer Funeral Home & Cremation Center’s website says Carson died at her home after a period of declining health on July 5. She was 69 years old.

Carson’s two-sentence obituary says she was born in Cambridge, Mass. and is the daughter of the late William and Helen Carson.

New Ipswich police responded to an untimely death call at the Ashburnham Road residence on July 5 at 7 a.m. A police log reads that State Police launched an investigation into the untimely death after the incident took place. 

A call to New Ipswich police regarding the July police log was directed to State Police. A call to State Police Troop B was directed to its Major Crimes division. Multiple calls to Major Crimes division over multiple days went unreturned.