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No charges in Nashua 'Duck-gate'
REP. DAVID CAMPBELL
Campbell announced on Wednesday that he would not seek re-election to the House after serving 14 years as a state representative. Pappas resigned from the Nashua Police Commission in February, citing deep regret over his role in the incident.
"The facts presented in this report are without input from Campbell, except for the limited information he provided to Nashua police after the incident," according to the report. "Campbell, through his attorney, declined to be interviewed during the attorney general's investigation."
The AG report establishes that Campbell had been drinking at the hotel that night with friends, turned the wrong way into a one-way driveway that loops around the front of the hotel, and hit the ducks at a speed estimated at 15 mph.
On the drive from the hotel, Campbell told Pappas that he considered Pappas to be his lawyer, and all their conversations that evening would be privileged.
The attorney general's report was released one day after Campbell announced he would not seek re-election, citing the time pressures of being a state representative and the impact on his private law practice.
Instead, he highlighted the passage in the House of a 4.2-cent increase in the gasoline tax, now headed for the governor's signature, as the culmination of a legislative career that in large part focused on enhanced funding for public works projects and road improvement.
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