A New Hampshire man whose girlfriend was fatally shot over the weekend has been arrested on drug and driving charges stemming from the police's ongoing investigation.
Jeremy Winslow, 34, of Manchester, was arrested on a warrant that stemmed from the shooting this weekend in Manchester after appearing in court on a compliance hearing from a domestic violence case from 2016, according to police.
Winslow was charged with possession of cocaine and driving with a suspended license. It is unclear if he has an attorney.
He told NBC10 Boston on Monday that he and his girlfriend, 34-year-old Tanya Hall, were out Saturday night at the nightclub Manchvegas when a fight inside spilled outside of the bar, and that he was driving away in his Jeep with Hall in the passenger seat when she was shot and killed.
The alleged gunman, Justin Moura, was arrested and is being held without bail. He waived his appearance in court on Tuesday.
The investigation into the shooting is ongoing.