Public asked to help locate parole fugitive

NOELLE SMITH is wanted as a fugitive from parole. Authorities have information that Smith has not left the Conway area. (Courtesy photo) (click for larger version)
January 09, 2014
WOLFEBORO — N.H. Probation and Parole office is asking for the public's help to locate a fugitive who failed to appear in court and who was last seen in the Carroll County.

According to Chief Probation and Parole Office Chuck Wolfert from the Wolfeboro District Office, Noelle Smith, 24, was scheduled to be in court Dec. 5, 2013 but never showed.

On July 27, 2013 Smith pled guilty in Carroll County Superior Court to possession of drugs with intent to sell and theft by unauthorized taking. She served three months in county jail and was sentenced to three years in state prison, suspended pending successful completion of probation requirements. Those requirements included she report regularly to her probation officer and report to the county jail for drug testing, all while being supervised under the New Hope program, an intensive supervision program for high risk offenders.

On Dec. 2, Smith reportedly failed to report to her probation officer and on Dec. 3, 2013 failed to report to the jail for drug testing. A probation officer later discovered she had moved from her last known address in Albany and her whereabouts were unknown. When she missed a scheduled court appearance on Dec. 5, 2013, a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Smith is described as Caucasian, five feet tall, weighing 130 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair.

Authorities have information that Smith has not left the Conway area. She has a transient history, staying with acquaintances from Tamworth to Conway. Anyone with information that can lead to her arrest is asked to contact their local police department, Carroll County Sheriff's Department at (603) 539-2284 or N.H. Department of Corrections Field Office at (603) 569-0124.

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