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Northumberland police arrest fugitive from justice

by Tara Giles
Sports reporter - Coos County Democrat and Berlin Reporter
December 09, 2021
NORTHUMBERLAND — On Nov. 29, Northumberland police arrested 23-year-old Parker Lovell, also of Northumberland. Lovell, a fugitive from justice was arrested on several charges.

Police apprehended Lovell after he attempted to flee. Northumberland Police Chief Peter Pelletier explained that information was received that Lovell was in the area at a residence on Cumberland Street in the town of Northumberland.

Lovell's warrants include a warrant for a charge of aggravated assault, from the State of Vermont. That warrant included full extradition to the State of Vermont. Lovell had an electronic bench warrant in district court as well.

Pelletier said, "Additionally, Mr. Lovell had a capias from the Merrimack County Superior Court which included a no bail provision. There was also a capias from the Grafton County Superior Court which contained a bail provision in the amount of $504.90."

Of the chase, Pelletier explained, "Upon the arrival to the residence by several members of the Northumberland Police Department with cooperation from the New Hampshire State Police, Mr. Lovell exited the residence. He then fled from the residence and a short foot chase ensued which ended when a nearby factory worker tackled Mr. Lovell as he ran by."

Lastly, said Pelletier, "At the conclusion of that foot chase, Mr. Lovell was taken into custody and transported to the Northumberland Police Department for processing. Mr. Lovell was processed and ultimately refused bail."

Lovell was transported to the Cos County House of Corrections pending a bail hearing the following day for the variety of charges that he is facing. He was also charged with an additional three class A misdemeanor offenses for Resisting Arrest or Detention.

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