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President Donald Trump Nominates Manchester Police Chief to Be New Hampshire's US Marshal

The nomination of Chief Enoch "Nick" Williard was one of 15 sent to the Senate

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    President Donald Trump Nominates Manchester Police Chief to Be New Hampshire's US Marshal
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    A Manchester, New Hampshire, police cruiser.

    President Donald Trump has nominated Manchester's police chief as the next U.S. Marshal for New Hampshire.

    Chief Enoch "Nick" Williard's name was submitted to the U.S. Senate for confirmation.

    U.S. marshal duties include tracking down people wanted on federal warrants, jail defendants before trial and arrange for witness protection.

    The nomination was one of 15 sent to the Senate on Monday.

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