Charged with homicide in Harmony capturing

A man named as person of interest in the shooting of a Concord couple has now been charged with murder in their deaths. Logan Clegg, 26, was arrested in connection with the shootings of 18 Stephen and Wendy Reid . He is due to be charged on Thursday. New Hampshire authorities plan to seek Clegg’s extradition to the State of Granite. Utah criminal complaint. His attorneys appealed Wednesday to seek a bail hearing in the matter, which was denied by the Vermont Supreme Court before a Supreme Court judge ordered a hearing in a civil case. Clegg was held for seven days after being arrested in South Burlington, Vermont. Investigators said he had been on the run for 15 months and even left the country. They said he had booked a one-way ticket to Germany and would be leaving two days after his arrest. The Concord community breathes a little easier after Clegg’s arrest. “You never really expect something like that to happen and my grandmother has lived in this complex all my life so it was really crazy to think of a couple I might have seen killed over the years.” said neighbor Hailey Cantwell. Cantwell lives in the same complex as the Reids. She said she moved in two months after the couple were found dead. Six months of few responses left a friendly community that was nervous. Usually, people come out of their homes just to say hello.” “When my wife walks the trails, I go with her, but then I worry because I’m 74,” neighbor Ed Leifeld said. The neighbors hope the arrest will lead to more answers and eventually help the Reid family heal. “A bit of closure,” Cantwell said. “It won’t bring you full peace, but at least just closure.” “Some relief, but you live with it forever,” Leifeld said. “The pain is always there.” The bodies of Steven and Wendy Reid were buried in April of the Broken Ground Trails in Concord. It is unclear if there is a connection between Clegg and the Reids. Investigators have not said a possible motive. The Concord Police Department says it is continuing to investigate the circumstances of Steven’s murders and Wendy Reid.

A man named as person of interest in the shooting of a Concord couple has now been charged with murder in their deaths.

Logan Clegg, 26, has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the April 18 shooting of Stephen and Wendy Reid.

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The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office said in a press release Wednesday afternoon that Clegg is a fugitive from justice on the murder charges. He is due to appear in court on Thursday.

New Hampshire authorities plan to seek Clegg’s extradition to the State of Granite.

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Clegg is being held in St. Albans, Vermont, on an unrelated charge of fleeing justice from Utah. His attorneys appealed Wednesday to seek a bail hearing in the matter, which was denied by the Vermont Supreme Court before a Superior Court judge ruling in a civil case ordered a hearing.

Clegg was held for seven days after being arrested in South Burlington, Vermont. Investigators said he had been on the run for 15 months and even left the country. They said he had booked a one-way ticket to Germany and was planning to leave two days after his arrest.

The Concord community breathes a little easier after Clegg’s arrest.

“You never really expect something like that to happen and my grandmother has lived in this complex all my life so it was really crazy to think of a couple I might have seen killed over the years.” said neighbor Hailey Cantwell.

Cantwell lives in the same complex as the Reids. She said she moved in two months after the couple were found dead.

Six months with few answers left a friendly community on edge.

“You’re going to be walking around this community and people are going to wave at you to talk to you,” Cantwell said. Usually people come out of their apartments just to say hello.”

“If my wife walks the trails, I walk with her, but then I worry because I’m 74,” neighbor Ed Leifeld said.

Neighbors hope the arrest will lead to more answers and eventually help the Reid family heal.

“A bit of closure,” Cantwell said. “It won’t bring them full peace, but at least only closure.”

“Some relief, but you live with it forever,” said Leifeld. “The pain is always there.”

The bodies of Steven and Wendy Reid were found shot to death along the Broken Ground Trails in Concord in April.

It’s unclear if there’s a connection between Clegg and the Reids. Investigators have not commented on a possible motive.

The Concord Police Department says it is continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the murders of Steven and Wendy Reid.

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