Fowler Convicted of Burglaries in Three Towns

Hampstead Police Lt. John Frazier said Joshua Fowler was convicted on seven counts of burglary Thursday, Oct. 10, in Rockingham Superior Court in Brentwood.
The last known address for Fowler, 34, was 149 Hampstead Road, Sandown. Last June, his appearance as the “Fugitive of the Week” by the U.S. Marshal’s Service resulted in Fowler’s turning himself in to the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Department. He faced multiple counts of burglary in the towns of Hampstead, Derry and Londonderry.

At that time he listed his address as “homeless,” but when he was indicted two years ago, Frazier said he gave the Sandown address. The burglaries took place in 2009 and 2010.
The Rockingham Superior Court trial began Oct. 8, and finished with his conviction on Oct. 10. Fowler’s sentencing hearing is scheduled for Oct. 25.
Four of the burglary counts for which Fowler was convicted were for burglarized houses in Hampstead; two were from Derry and one was from Londonderry.
“Fowler was arrested on warrants drafted by Hampstead Police on June 7, 2013,” Frazier said. “Fowler was on the run for approximately two years. With the assistance and added pressure from the U.S. Marshal’s fugitive task force and the Rockingham County Sheriff’s office, Fowler eventually turned himself in. The tireless efforts of Hampstead Detective Bob Kelley and Assistant County Attorney Prosecutor Jerome Blanchard on this trial resulted in convictions across the board.”
Fowler’s pre-trial hearing was held on July 25 in Plaistow District Court and stemmed from a Hampstead attempted theft charge from Feb 19, 2010, when Fowler attempted to gain access to someone’s account at the drive-up ATM at TD Bank in Hampstead. At that time, Rockingham Superior Court set Fowler’s bail at $20,000 cash/surety for the four Hampstead burglary charges along with the two in Derry and one in Londonderry.

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