Two wanted individuals arrested after foot chase in Seabrook

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SEABROOK — High Sheriff Charles Massahos of the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office announced that a wanted female was spotted leaving a Washington St. residence at around 1 p.m. on Tuesday.

Seabook Officer Tyler Houldsworth responded to the tip, discovering footprints that led to an RV.

Upon his approach, both a female and a male, who was also wanted, fled from the vehicle.

After a brief chase, the female suspect, identified as 25-year-old Savannah Raven of Seabrook, was apprehended.

The male suspect, 29-year-old Seth Nyberg, also of Seabrook, continued to flee across snowy and icy conditions until he was captured at the playground area of Veteran’s Park on South Main Street.

Raven faces multiple charges including resisting arrest, and several electronic bench warrants for failure to appear on charges including falsifying physical evidence, resisting arrest, criminal trespass, and possession of a controlled drug.

Nyberg is charged with resisting arrest and has two electronic bench warrants for violation of a protection order.

Following their arrest, Raven was transferred to the custody of the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office while Nyberg was transported to the Rockingham County Jail by Seabrook Police.

Officials commended the officers for their diligent work in locating and safely apprehending Raven and Nyberg.

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