Two NH fugitives arrested on the coast


US Marshals on Tuesday arrested two fugitives wanted by justice in the Seacoast region.

Acting on multiple boards, the Marshals and Somerworth Police went to a Franklin Street apartment in Somersworth to arrest Samuel Warren, 34, for breach of bail over an ongoing case alleging possession with the intention to distribute narcotic drugs (fentanyl).

After a resident denied Warren was there, police obtained a warrant and activated the Strafford County Regional Tactical Operations Unit. Warren eventually got out and surrendered, according to the US Marshals.

Warren was taken to Strafford County Jail pending his appearance in Strafford County Superior Court on Wednesday.

Samuel Warren (US Marshals Service)

Stopped at work

Marshals assisted police in Merrimack and Gilmanton arrest David Carkin, 25, of Gilmanton for the offenses of criminal sexual assault, possession of
Images of child sexual abuse, fabrication of images of child sexual abuse, prohibited use of computer services, indecent exposure and criminal threats.

Carkin was arrested Tuesday while working at a store in Eppig without incident.

He is being held at Hillsborough County Jail awaiting his initial court appearance on Wednesday.

David Carkin (US Marshals Service)

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at [email protected] or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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