Task force arrests man in Nottingham for Candia burglary
The U.S. Marshals N.H. Joint Fugitive Task Force Wednesday morning arrested a 31-year-old Nottingham man wanted for a burglary in Candia that involved the theft of several firearms.
Joshua Ray Fields was taken into custody without incident after the task force learned he was staying at a relative's residence in Nottingham.
Two arrest warrants were issued for Fields, including one for the Candia burglary and another warrant issued by state police for unsworn falsification in relation to the ongoing investigation into the Candia burglary.
Fields is on parole for convictions that include unlawful criminal restraint and assault by a prisoner.
In a release issued by the task force, marshals said they also arrested two others, including Ashley Angelone, 26, and Scott Plante, 28, of Notre Dame Avenue, Manchester. Both were wanted in connection with the same burglary and theft of firearms.
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