Couple arrested in New Hampshire are persons of interest in Vermont homicide
Police say two people who allegedly fled the scene of a crash and then broke into a post office in New Hampshire are persons of interest in a homicide investigation in Vermont.
New Hampshire State Police received a report of a vehicle that had driven off the road in the town of Salisbury shortly before 2 a.m. Wednesday.
When they arrived, they heard people inside the nearby post office. State troopers secured the area. 35-year-old Michael O’Brien of Fair Haven, VT and 34-year-old Courtney Samplatsky, also of Fair Haven, VT, eventually came out of the post office and were taken into custody.
Both are persons of interest in a homicide investigation in the city of Rutland, Vermont.
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