An archive of previous articles in the second-degree murder case of David B. McLeod

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CONCORD — Key testimony in a 1989 Keene fire that killed four people was the subject of a N.H. Supreme Court hearing Thursday.

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Prosecutors last week filed a brief with the N.H. Supreme Court arguing for the admission of evidence they call critical to their case against…

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A California man accused of setting a fire that killed a Keene family will remain in jail while his case is reviewed by the N.H. Supreme Court.

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A murder trial scheduled to begin Monday in a deadly fire has been postponed by a legal challenge that may keep the prosecution’s fire experts…

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NEWPORT — Investigators of a deadly 1989 fire in Keene and a sister of the man accused of setting the fire were among witnesses who testified …

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NEWPORT — Witnesses to a deadly 1989 fire in Keene and a former prosecutor from the N.H. Attorney General’s Office took the stand Tuesday at a…

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NEWPORT — A man accused of setting a fire that killed a family of four in Keene in 1989 sat silent and shackled in Sullivan County Superior Co…

It’s just a standard police document, written matter-of-factly, outlining witnesses and timelines. But it still makes Barbara Vandiver cry, sh…

The story hasn’t changed: Friends and neighbors told police 21 years ago David B. McLeod bragged about setting a fire at 88 High St. in Keene,…

While David B. McLeod sits in a California jail, a flurry of paperwork is under way to bring him to New Hampshire — a move that could come as …