One of the men charged with helping tax evaders Ed and Elaine Brown evade arrest in New Hampshire has been hit with new, more serious charges.
A new federal indictment says Robert Wolffe, of Randolph, has been charged with two counts of conspiring with other supporters to hinder the U.S. government. When arrested in September, Wolffe was charged with aiding and abetting the Plainfield couple.
He is accused of lending the Browns his car, staying at their house in his camper, providing armed security and performing counter-surveillance by videotaping federal marshals. He also is accused of providing his home as a transfer point for mailed supplies after marshals stopped the Browns’ postal delivery.