Exeter man charged in fatal June accidentBy PAUL FEELY
New Hampshire Union Leader
October 16. 2017 9:11PM
BRENTWOOD — State police have arrested an Exeter man on manslaughter and drunk driving charges in connection with an accident last June that killed a Newmarket woman.
Jasmine Marston, 22, was killed in a single-car crash on Middle Road in Brentwood on June 17.
Marston, who lived in Newmarket, was a passenger in an Audi A4 driven by Seth Winkley, 21, of Exeter. State police said Winkley was driving eastbound shortly before 12:30 a.m. when he lost control of the car. It struck a large tree and rolled over, landing on the front lawn of 66 Middle Road.
Winkley, who was trapped in the car for a time, was taken to Portsmouth Regional Hospital for treatment of serious injuries, police said at the time. The rear passenger, Austin Look, 20, of Exeter, was taken to the same hospital for treatment of injuries that police described as not life-threatening.
Marston was riding in the front passenger seat; she was pronounced dead at the scene.
On Saturday, Winkley was arrested by state police on charges of manslaughter, negligent homicide and felony aggravated driving while intoxicated. He was released on $10,000 bail and ordered to appear in the Brentwood Circuit Court on Dec. 6 at 8 a.m.
Marston worked at Meandering Path, a gardening business in Exeter. She graduated from Great Bay e-Learning Charter School in Exeter in 2013. She also worked at Las Olas restaurant in Exeter.