Nov 6, 2014
Oct 30, 2014
Oct 2, 2014
Sep 25, 2014
Raymond man faces charges for abusing his infant son
Cavan Gardner Moore, 26, of 125 Route 127, was arrested in December on three felony assault charges after doctors at Exeter Hospital determined the baby boy suffered injuries from abuse.
Raymond police began investigating the case and arrested Moore after interviewing him.
A grand jury added five new charges of second-degree assault against Moore earlier this month for allegedly causing the fractures.
Indictments say the baby had suffered fractures to his wrist, forearm, clavicle and ankle.
Moore is being held at the Rockingham County Jail in Brentwood on $25,000 bail.
He allegedly carried out the assaults over several weeks between Dec. 10 and Dec. 28.
All of the charges are Class B felonies, each punishable by 3 ½ to 7 years in state prison.
Moore will be arraigned later this month in Rockingham County Superior Court.
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Manchester police investigating after man stabbed in neck - 0
- Ferguson protests enter third day; arrests in St. Louis - 0
- Abuse history at Nashua address where 3-year-old died - 7
- Franklin robbery suspect sought, considered armed and dangerous - 0
- Franklin man and woman arraigned for attempted prostitution of minor - 1
- Police investigating death of 3-year-old girl in Nashua - 7
- Police say hit-and-run driver was observed tossing beer cans from car - 0
- Police say woman stole pocketbook at Hudson Market Basket - 0
- Police say former manager of Hudson McDonald's stole $10k from restaurant - 1
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Celtics Insider: Celtics rule Smart out of tomorrow's game against Chicago - 0
- Berube the backbone of Monarchs' team 'D' - 0
- Packers QB Revis will pose a challenge for Patriots - 1
- Hudson may start charging for non-transport ambulance calls - 0
- NH suffers 4th worst outage on record - 1
- Camping out didn't pay for shoppers - 0
- Newsreel: Concord economic forecast; Tech Council hosts forum; UNH Fairchild Dairy honored - 0
- Londonderry-based MegaFood launches transparency project in vitamin industry - 0
- Grant program to help Granite State students with loans - 0
NH suffers 4th worst outage on record
Camping out didn't pay for shoppers
- Whom do you think bears the brunt of the blame for the mayhem this weekend in Keene?
- KSC students
- KSC administration
- Visitors from out of town
- A combination of any/all of the above
- Total Votes: 2483