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Robert J. Duclos III, 44, of Ray Road in Henniker, obtained a summons at 9:42 a.m. on Sept. 15, for operating devoid of a legitimate license. An officer was sent to Manchester Avenue for a motor automobile criticism by a guy who claimed that he and his little one, who was in a stroller, ended up almost struck by a truck. Just after talking with the guy, the officer caught up with the truck at a community company. The driver, Duclos, reportedly said that he didn’t see any one. A examine yielded an expired license and he was issued a summons. He’s owing in court docket on Oct. 26.
Tyler Whittemore, 18, of Kearsarge Mountain Highway in Warner, was arrested at 5:13 p.m. on Sept. 14, for legal mischief and disorderly carry out. Officers were being sent to the Hitchcock Clinic on Pleasant Road for a matter who was “performing irrationally, screaming, and broke merchandise within the medical center.” When officers arrived, he experienced left the constructing but was found in the parking good deal. In accordance to witnesses, he allegedly punched a hand sanitizer dispenser that was mounted on a wall. When officers approached him, he allegedly began waving his arms all around and tried to decide on a struggle with the officer. Whittemore was arrested and is due in courtroom on Oct. 26.
Kerri A. Morrison, 25, of Elm Avenue in Penacook, was arrested at 6:45 p.m. on Aug. 13, felony endeavor to commit theft by unauthorized taking and a bench warrant. She allegedly tried to shoplift $55.97 well worth of objects at Focus on on D’Amante Drive. She was given a no trespass discover to the keep. The charge was elevated to a felony thanks to two previous theft convictions from July 2008 in Harmony and Merrimack district courts. She also experienced a warrant out of Exeter District Court docket from June 2, 2015, for nonappearance in courtroom on a managed drug act: acts prohibited cost. Morrison is owing in court docket on Sept. 28.
Nathan Howard, 35, of Centre Street in Harmony, was arrested at 8:21 a.m. on Aug. 13, for very simple assault, domestic violence-uncomplicated assault, and legal mischief. Law enforcement ended up sent to an condominium on Centre Road for a domestic. The person, Howard, had reportedly presently still left. The female alleged that he started out a verbal argument with her at all over 5:30 a.m. about some accusations. She alleged that he shoved her producing her to hit her head. He later allegedly pulled a washing device hose off a faucet triggering harm to the hose and faucet. She alleged that Howard also threw coffee causing a mess around the dwelling. The officer observed the injury to the faucet and coffee all around a wall, ground, and ceiling. The girl said that she experienced a bump on her head and a headache but declined therapy. Just one witness claimed he heard Howard allegedly say he was heading to “damage” the female. Police later located him on Storrs Street and he was arrested.
Chantel Labounty, 22, of Downing Road in Harmony, was arrested at 11:25 p.m. on Aug. 12, on a theft by unauthorized getting or transfer cost. On June 26, 2015, an officer met with a gentleman who documented a stolen checkbook with a solid examine and pointed to Labounty as the suspect. The two achieved in February 2015, he stated, and a few days in advance of the assembly with the officer, she reportedly arrived by his dwelling and said she was heading into rehab. They talked and afterwards, he went into yet another place for a instant, leaving her alone. His checkbook was on a kitchen desk. That evening, he observed two checks were missing but observed just one in the trash. The man contacted the financial institution to prevent payment on the 2nd look at the following working day but the bank educated him that it experienced by now been cashed for $5,000. In the memo line, the examine read through, “boat.” A detective started looking into the scenario with the aid of an additional detective, they have been capable to trace the cashed verify to a business in Belmont. The organization operator, according to the report, had alleged that Labounty experienced utilized his credit playing cards devoid of his authorization, withdrawing hundreds, in accordance to the report. He satisfied her by a Craigslist advert in which she was reportedly in search of male companionship while he “declined to elaborate on the ad or any terms of the companionship,” according to the report. “(He) informed me that the picture in the Craigslist ad was not Labounty,” the detective reported. He also denied possessing any kind of personal connection with her. She allegedly asked him to the $5,000 test when letting her hold $500 of it, in accordance to the report. The stability was to be used to settle her other alleged transactions, he reported. When questioned if he had found her, the person mentioned he experienced, earlier in the day (July 5) following giving her a ride from her rehab continue to be the working day just before. On July 21, her probation officer noted that Labounty experienced violated conditions of her parole and was considered a fugitive. The arrest warrant was issued on Aug. 3.
Marisa M. Gable, 21, of Substantial View Terrace in Manchester, was arrested at 6:40 p.m. on Aug. 12, on a bench warrant and a carry out after an incident cost from Might 2, 2015, at the Steeplegate Shopping mall on Loudon Road. She was arrested by Gilmanton Police. The warrant was for a willful concealment charge from December 2012.
Anthony M. Meunier, 42, of Fisherville Street in Concord, was arrested at 4:59 p.m. on Aug. 12, prison mischief for allegedly slicing the twine to a vacuum cleaner that he owned with his girlfriend following a domestic dispute that their home.
Cameron D. Hough, 18, of Bay Street in Laconia, was arrested at 3:40 p.m. on Aug. 12, on a bench warrant from July 30, 2015, for nonappearance in Sixth Circuit Court on a possession/sale of a narcotic drug, $2,000 dollars bail. He was held right after he was not able to article the bail.
Kristopher R. Kelley, 36, of Bathroom Street in Concord, was arrested at 2:40 p.m. on Aug. 11, on two counts of violation of a protective order, legal trespass, and default or breach of bail disorders. According to a court docket affidavit, on July 28, an officer acquired an email about an allegation that Kelley had violated a restraining get from jail. A girl alleged that he experienced despatched her 5 letters in February, March, and April, reportedly admitting to breaking into the woman’s household but that he did not steal everything. She also allegedly gained a phone call from him in April. The officer checked with the Merrimack County Property of Corrections and found that he had allegedly manufactured a get in touch with to her selection on the date in concern. A warrant was issued and he was charged on Aug. 11.
Nathan S. Wilson, 35, of Bradley Street in Concord, was arrested at 12:11 p.m. on Aug. 11, on a warrant from December 2014 from the Grafton County Sheriff’s Business on a burglary demand.
Jason W. McCormick, 38, of Manchester Street in Concord, received a summons at 10:05 a.m. on Aug. 11, for passing of goods to or from the occupant of a motor auto at the Exit 13 interchange with I-93. An officer allegedly noticed McCormick action into the highway and consider funds from a vehicle. He experienced beforehand been issued summonses four periods during the last two several years and was issued another summons.
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