Webster document shredding didn’t break law claims county attorney
Members of the now-inactive Webster Police Advisory Committee did not violate state law when they shredded documents during a public meeting in January, the Merrimack County attorney’s office has found. Four of five advisory committee members resigned after the police started investigating, and all 2014 meetings have since been canceled. The future of the committee is still unclear.
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