Harmony, N.H. (AP) — A New Jersey gentleman allegedly strangled a person person and killed another with “multiple chop wounds” in a double homicide at a New Hampshire hotel, the New Hampshire attorney general’s office environment explained Monday.
Theodore Luckey, 42, of Asbury Park, New Jersey, was arrested in excess of the weekend on second-degree murder and remaining a felon in possession of a fatal weapon costs. Police responding to various 911 phone calls went to the State Inn and Suites hotel in Bedford at about 7 p.m. Saturday wherever they found two dead gentlemen, a single in the lobby and 1 in a visitor room.
Deputy Main Healthcare Examiner Mitchell Weinberg performed an autopsy and concluded that Nathan Cashman, 28, of Manchester, died from many chop wounds to the head, neck and human body. An autopsy observed David Hanford, 60, of Seaside Heights, New Jersey, was strangled to loss of life.
Luckey is presently getting held at the Hillsborough County Residence of Corrections on preventative detention. A cell phone variety could not be observed for Luckey and it was unclear if he experienced an legal professional.
The murders remain under investigation.
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