NH AG's office gets more complaints about New London chief
NEW LONDON, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire attorney general's office is investigating several new complaints against the former New London police chief who resigned last week after authorities say he told a woman he'd drop charges against her if she allowed him to photograph her nude.
Assistant Attorney General Jane Young says the office has received additional complaints from women about the conduct of David Seastrand.
The attorney general's office said last week that it received a complaint about Seastrand on March 6 from a woman who had been arrested a few days earlier. New Hampshire Public Radio reports that the Colby Sawyer College student said Seastrand indicated her underage drinking charge would be dropped if she allowed him to take nude pictures of her.