Man Accused Of Killing Wife In Vermont Won't Challenge Return To N.H.
A man being held in Vermont is not challenging his return to New Hampshire to face charges that he killed his wife.
A recently received governor's warrant clears the way for James Robarge to face a second-degree murder charge in the death of Kelly Robarge of Charlestown, N.H.
Kelly Robarge disappeared on June 27. Her body was found July 6 in a wooded area in Unity, N.H.
The 43-year-old Robarge had been estranged from his wife and had been living for several months in the Saxtons River area with his stepfather. He was arrested on a fugitive from justice charge, as well as on unrelated motor vehicle charges.
New Hampshire authorities have 14 days to bring Robarge back to the state.