Police Arrest Men for Violent Armed Robbery, Call Them White Supremacists
A third person, Margo McNair, 37, of Concord, who was arrested May 30, is charged with setting up Korrie Penna, 35, of Concord, for the two men to rob.
Police said Peters and Boothby are both members of the violent criminal street gang known as the Brotherhood of White Warriors, a/k/a “BOWW.” The gang formed in the New Hampshire State Prison system in 2005 and maintains white supremacist ideology, using Nazi symbols such as the swastika and iron cross.
BOWW members committed numerous violent offenses within the state prison system, according to police, who believe they were trying to expand their operations to the city of Concord.
Lt. Timothy O’Malley said the arrests of the two men are “a big hit on the gang ” and that investigators believe they caught them in the early stages of their planned expansion.