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Mon December 9, 2013
State Concludes Investigation Of Former New London Chief, No Criminal Charges Filed
The New Hampshire attorney general's office says no criminal charges will be brought against a former police chief accused of inappropriate interactions with women.
David Seastrand resigned as the New London police chief in April, a month after a woman said Seastrand offered to drop the underage drinking charge against her if she posed for nude pictures. Three other women later came forward. One said she had sexual contact with Seastrand, a second said he paid her parking ticket in exchange for her posing in lingerie and the third said Seacrest offered her cash in exchange for photos.
The attorney general's office said Monday that the allegations were disturbing but did not rise to the level of criminal conduct.