Epsom Traffic Circle to be named for Officers Charron and Briggs

CONCORD, NH - - On Monday, June 4, 2007 the Epsom Traffic Circle will be officially named after Officers Jeremy Charron and Michael Briggs; additionally the portion of Route 4 that travels through Epsom will be named in memory of Officer Michael Briggs.  Currently the portion of Route 28 that runs through Epsom is named in memory of Officer Jeremy Charron. 

The ceremony will begin promptly at 10:00 am on the grounds of the Epsom traffic circle and conclude by 12:00 pm.  The traffic circle is located at the intersection of Routes 4 and 28 in Epsom, New Hampshire.

As a tribute to Officers Charron and Briggs for their honor and service to the State of New Hampshire the State Senate and the House of Representatives unanimously passed Senate Bill 83; the legislation officially naming the traffic circle after these two Epsom heroes.  Officer Charron was killed in the line of duty while serving at the Epsom Police Department and Officer Briggs is originally from, and his family continues to reside, in Epsom, New Hampshire.