A Jaffrey man has been charged with capital murder, and his wife is charged with falsifying evidence, in connection with the death of Keene resident Jonathan Amerault, the N.H. Attorney General’s Office and N.H. State Police announced early Friday morning.
Armando Barron, 30, of Jaffrey, is accused of murdering Amerault, 25, by shooting him during the course of a kidnapping sometime during the weekend, according to the news release early Friday morning from both agencies.
Barron’s wife, Britany Barron, 31, faces three counts of falsifying physical evidence, accused of removing, destroying, hiding or altering evidence in the case, the release says.
According to authorities, investigators determined Armando Barron lured Amerault to Annett Wayside Park in Rindge during the overnight hours between Saturday and Sunday. Britany Barron told police she and Amerault were having an affair, according to an affidavit filed in court.
Britany Barron was…