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    NH - Aaron Wilkinson, 18, Madbury, 21 June 2014

    UPDATE: State Police check possible missing person in Madbury

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    State police Troop A is currently assisting the State Police Major Crimes Unit as officials investigate a missing person case on Evans Road in Madbury, with evidence of possible foul play. At about 4:15, the State Police Major Crimes Unit arrived on scene. A report of a missing 18 year old man from Madbury has been relayed through local police dispatches today, though police on scene cannot confirm whether that detail is related. A neighbor who wished to remain anonymous said he's lived here for about 15 years in the normally quiet neighborhood and hasn't seen anything like this this during that time.
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    Not many details. I can't even find that address in the tax assessor's database.

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    Lebanon is about 18 miles from Madbury:

    http://bangordailynews.com/2014/06/2...on/?ref=latest

    Maine State Police say the death of a young man whose body was found along Long Swamp Road in Lebanon Saturday afternoon is under investigation.

    An autopsy is scheduled Sunday at the state medical examiner’s office in Augusta. The man is believed to be in his 20s and had no identification on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CluelessWonder View Post
    Not many details. I can't even find that address in the tax assessor's database.
    trundling around google maps it looks like it's an area where there's been a lot of recent construction - maps are from 2012. I guess it's possible that address is just a parcel of land or half-built?

    Or not - http://www.trulia.com/homes/New_Hamp...dbury-NH-03823
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    The first link in the thread has been updated to say that the incident in Madbury is thought to be "drug related." The call about a missing person was made at about 8 a.m. on Saturday. The body was found later in the day in Lebanon. It sounds like the incident being investigated at 36 Evans in Madbury is something that took place on Friday night.

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    http://bangordailynews.com/2014/06/2...on/?ref=latest

    The medical examiner performed an autopsy Sunday and determined that the victim died from multiple stab wounds. His death has been classified as a homicide.

    New Hampshire investigators said they got a report from a parent on Saturday that his 18-year-old son was missing from their home in Madbury. They have not said whether they believe this 18-year-old is the victim found in Lebanon Saturday afternoon, and said positive identification will take a few more days.
    http://www.wmur.com/news/major-crime...6608958#!2hpDa

    Authorities in New Hampshire said they would wait until a definitive identification was made to connect the two, but family members of the missing teen were told by police it was likely their son.

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    From the same article - they must believe it is the same person - the Maine State Police handed it over to the NH State Attorney General's office. If they don't feel it is related, I would have thought they would call in the Maine Attorney General's office

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    So the person was killed in New Hampshire but dumped in Maine. Must have been a recent graduate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CluelessWonder View Post
    So the person was killed in New Hampshire but dumped in Maine. Must have been a recent graduate.
    The article about the possible missing person notes that there was blood in the driveway so if the two are related, then most likely it happened in NH and the body disposed of in Maine. Madbury, NH and Lebanon, ME are only about 30 minutes apart.

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    Authorities in New Hampshire said they would wait until a definitive identification was made to connect the two, but family members of the missing teen were told by police it was likely their son.

    Read more: http://www.wmur.com/news/major-crime...#ixzz35PnAPYGf
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    Finally, this young man has a name:

    http://www.wlbz2.com/story/news/loca...sing/11280843/

    The New Hampshire Attorney General's office is now handling the investigation into a body discovered in Lebanon, Maine Saturday afternoon.

    Investigators have identified the body as 18-year-old Aaron Wilkinson, of 36 Evans Road, Madbury, NH...

    The home at 36 Evans Road in Madbury had a sign posted at the end of the driveway today asking members of the media to please respect the family's privacy at this most difficult time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smc1225 View Post
    The article about the possible missing person notes that there was blood in the driveway so if the two are related, then most likely it happened in NH and the body disposed of in Maine. Madbury, NH and Lebanon, ME are only about 30 minutes apart.
    That's right. Lebanon Maine is very close to the New Hampshire border. If someone drove up Route 16, it's only a short distance between Madbury and Lebanon.

    What is really creepy is my daughter takes this road to and from work, sometimes late. She is afraid now to drive it. She is certain she must have passed the body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmaRose View Post
    That's right. Lebanon Maine is very close to the New Hampshire border. If someone drove up Route 16, it's only a short distance between Madbury and Lebanon.

    What is really creepy is my daughter takes this road to and from work, sometimes late. She is afraid now to drive it. She is certain she must have passed the body.
    It is definitely creepy. I'm about 10 minutes away so I understand how she feels!

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    http://www.seacoastonline.com/articl...NEWS-406250377

    Stackhouse described Wilkinson as an avid skateboarder who loved hanging out at the local skateboard park. "He was very interested in skateboarding," he said. "He was a very unique individual. He had a lot of friends here. He was a compassionate kid"...

    While Wilkinson had his ups and downs, Smith said he never dragged anyone into his personal struggles. He said Wilkinson wasn't afraid to speak his mind and liked to check in on the more introverted students.

    "I only wished he saw in himself the potential others had (seen)," Smith said.

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    http://www.fosters.com/apps/pbcs.dll...ss1&source=RSS

    The three men facing first-degree murder charges for the death of Madbury teen Aaron Wilkinson are being held without bail at Strafford County House of Corrections, following their arraignments Thursday afternoon at Dover Circuit Court.

    For what was described as a brutal and premeditated killing, Judge Stephen Morrison entered no plea on behalf of Michael Tatum, 21, of 236 Young Rd., Barrington; Zachary Pinette, 18, of 5B Rankin St., Springvale, Maine; and Tristan Wolusky, 18, of 46 Lowell St., Rochester.

    If convicted, the felony charges carry the sentence of up to life in prison without parole.
    Aaron's FB: https://www.facebook.com/aaron.wilkinson.756

    Tatum's FB: https://www.facebook.com/Oklahomatater

    Pinette's FB: https://www.facebook.com/zac.pinette

    Really interesting posts on that last one. Aaron's murder may have been over a girl.

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