Hillsborough North indictments

Friday, August 03, 2018 10:24AM

Several locals were indicted by the Hillsborough Superior Court – North in July.

Kyle Rajaniemi, 30, of Antrim was indicted on charges of operating after being certified as a habitual offender and reckless conduct with a deadly weapon for an incident on February 28 where he allegedly drove at speeds in excess of the speed limit in unsafe driving conditions while attempting to elude an officer, with a three-year-old boy who was not wearing a seatbelt in the vehicle. Both charges are Class B felonies.

Jeffrey Shea, 44, of Antrim was indicted on charges of reckless conduct for an incident on April 6 where he allegedly discharged a firearm inside his home while his son was present. The charge is a Class B felony and carries with it a potential extended sentence of 10 to 30 years.

Benjamin Winslow, 26, of Lyndeborough was indicted on charges of sale and possession of a controlled drug and felonious use of a firearm for three separate incidents in Amherst where he allegedly sold fentanyl, and possessed fentanyl, alprazolam, LSD and buprenorphine, and did so while armed with a shotgun. All are Class B or Class S felonies.

Chapin Whiting, 27, of Antrim was indicted on a charge of witness tampering for an incident on Feb. 28 in Hillsborough where he allegedly attempted to induce a witness to withhold information while she was being interviewed by a police officer.