Nov 6, 2015 3:02 PM

Manchester man accused of using false addresses to vote in 2 towns

MANCHESTER- A man who registered to vote in two towns where he did not live is under arrest.

The N.H. Attorney General's office says Derek T. Castonguay, of Manchester, turned himself into authorities and was charged with wrongful voting and unsworn falsification in connection with elections in November of 2014.

The attorney general says Castonguay registered to vote under a false address in Salem when he was living in Manchester.

Later that same day, Castonguay voted in Windham, presenting an old driver's license with a Windham address that was also false.

Castonguay is scheduled to be arraigned on Dec. 14 at the 10th Circuit Court in Salem.

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