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HAMPTON — A Barrington man was indicted this month on charges of negligent homicide for allegedly driving drunk and cause a single-car accident on Route 101 in December, killing his passenger.
David Frazier, 45, was indicted by a Rockingham Superior Court grand jury on charges of negligent homicide and negligent homicide/driving while intoxicated. An indictment is not an indication of guilt or innocence, rather it means a grand jury found enough evidence to warrant a trial.
State Police allege Frazier was intoxicated and driving west on Route 101 in Hampton on Dec. 10 when he lost control of the car on the off-ramp to Route 1 north. The vehicle rolled over several times before coming to rest on the westbound on-ramp to Route 101, police said.
His passenger, Travis Douglas, 32, of Newmarket, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Frazier sustained serious injuries in the accident and was transported to Exeter Hospital for treatment. State Police arrested Frazier that night.
Troopers were assisted at the scene by Hampton police, the Hampton Fire Department, the N.H. Department of Transportation and the N.H. State Police