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Sunapee man now faces two 2nd-degree murder charges
Robert Dellinger, 53, of 28 Birchpoint Lane, Sunapee, is set to be arraigned on two counts of second-degree murder in the 2nd Circuit Court in Lebanon at 9 a.m., Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, New Hampshire State Police Col. Robert C. Quinn and Lebanon Police Chief Gary J. Smith announced Tuesday.
Dellinger was arraigned in Lebanon District Court Dec. 11 on two counts of manslaughter after the Dec. 7 crash.
According to Senior Assistant District Attorney Susan Morrell, Dellinger left his Sunapee home after an argument with his wife over his depression medication and a bedtime curfew imposed by his doctor, and headed south on Interstate 89 in his 2005 Chevy pickup.
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