Keene woman arrested for helping fugitive in Wing killing

A 29-year-old Keene, N.H., woman was arrested on Tuesday, April 21 on felony counts of  hindering apprehension and witness tampering  in an effort to help Gregory Allen Smith avoid arrest in the shooting death of Wesley Wing in Springfield on Saturday, April 18.

Keene Police allege that Kristin Walsh attempted to coerce other witnesses and tried to arrange a plan to elude police and get Smith out of the state, then lied to police about where Smith was. Charges came as a result of the Keene Police Department’s investigation. Walsh is being held as the Cheshire County House of Corrections and will be arraigned Wednesday morning when bail will be set.

Gregory Allen Smith, 30 of Springfield,  is wanted for second degree murder in the shooting death of Wesley Wing, 37 and also of  Springfield.

Police say that Smith is driving a stolen white 2004 Buick Rendezvous bearing New Hampshire plates numbered 3364095. If you have any information that would help locate Smith, please call Springfield Police Department Detective Sergeant Pat Call at 802-885-2112 or Vermont State Police Lieutenant Kraig LaPorte, Major Crime Unit at 802-878-7111 or call 911. Smith may be armed and should not be approached by the public.

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