CONCORD — The New Hampshire Department of Corrections is intensifying efforts to locate and arrest Thomas Vincent Frady, a parole fugitive with a history of theft, receiving stolen property, and a series of additional criminal charges in multiple states.
Frady, who was initially released to a detainer for a new sentence in Massachusetts around 2016, failed to report back to New Hampshire upon his subsequent release.
A warrant for absconding was issued by the NH Department of Corrections following his failure to report.
In 2019, authorities apprehended Frady, charging him as a fugitive of justice from both New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
During this period, he was also convicted of several offenses across Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, including issuing bad checks and committing larceny seven times.
Upon his release by Connecticut authorities, Frady was given specific reporting instructions to New Hampshire, which he did not follow.
The NH Department of Corrections is now seeking information from the public that could lead to Frady’s capture.
The department urges anyone with information on Frady’s whereabouts to contact them at (603) 271-1804 or Supervising Probation Parole Officer Boisselle at (603) 880-5200.
Information can also be reported to the nearest police department, by calling 9-1-1, or through the department’s social media platforms.
The public is cautioned not to attempt to apprehend Frady themselves.