New Hampshire police recruit charged with making threats

A police recruit from New Hampshire was arrested Wednesday on Interstate 93 after he allegedly made threats, police said.

Noah Beaulieu, 24, of Concord, N.H., was charged with one count of criminal threatening, New Hampshire State Police said.

Beaulieu, authorities said, was a recruit from Laconia Police Department who was at the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Academy until Wednesday.


A message left with New Hampshire State Police was not immediately returned Wednesday night.

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A statement from that department said Beaulieu was arrested on I-93 in Concord.

He is scheduled to be arraigned in Merrimack Superior Court on Thursday.

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