Manchester 911 Center No Longer Holds Former Mayors Name

The 911 center in Manchester will no longer hold the name of the former mayor now accused in a federal drug ring.

The new mayor of Manchester says the 911 board voted to remove Former Mayor Daugh White's name from the 911 center even though he has not been convicted on any federal charges. He's accused of paying a drug dealer to burn down a home that used to sit on the property, so the center could be built there.

The federal trial for White and Former Assistant Chief of Police Todd Roberts is set for May 29th.