Manhunt involving SWAT teams at a Portsmouth motel ends with suspect turning self in
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) - A 911 call about an alleged domestic assault at a home in Portsmouth, N.H., that turned into a manhunt involving SWAT teams and a city motel has ended with the suspect turning himself in to police.
Police were looking for 42-year-old Edward Critten. They said he was wanted on two counts of simple assault and a charge alleging criminal mischief. He was convicted of assault in November and served some jail time.
Critten turned himself in on Wednesday afternoon.
Police first responded to the home at about Tuesday. By , SWAT teams were sent to a Motel 6, where police believed one or more suspects were hiding.