Arrests Made at DWI Check Point in Londonderry this Past Weekend

During the hours of 9:00pm, Friday, July 18th through 3:00am, Saturday, July 19th, New Hampshire State Troopers from Troop B in Bedford and officers of the Londonderry Police Department conducted a sobriety checkpoint on Route 102 in Londonderry.

The checkpoint was authorized by an order of the Rockingham Superior Court and conducted under guidelines promulgated by the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office.

A total of 218 vehicles and operators were screened. Numerous warnings, and one summons for child restraint was issued.

Five people were arrested including:

  • Kaylei Judkins, age 23, of Derry, NH was arrested on warrants.
  • Courtney Jewett, age 24, of Manchester, NH was arrested for felony Possession of a controlled drug.
  • George Theberg, age 37, of Manchester, NH was arrested for felony Possession of a controlled drug.
  • Jose Valentin, age 28, of Derry, NH was arrested for misdemeanor possession of a controlled drug.

One juvenile was also arrested for Minor in possession of alcohol.

New Hampshire State Police Colonel Robert Quinn and Londonderry Police Chief William Hart and the officers of their departments consider the detection and apprehension of impaired drivers to be a top priority. They will continue to collaborate and utilize sobriety checkpoints and other means to deter, detect and remove impaired drivers from New Hampshire’s roadways.

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Police Log for Londonderry, NH

Police Logs for 6/29/2014-7/05/2014

Tuesday, July 1st, 34 year old Marc Krajewski was arrested by Londonderry Police after a motor vehicle stop on Winding Pond Road. Krajewski was then charged with driving after revocation or suspension of license, possession of controlled/narcotic drugs, and failed to stop at stop/yield sign. His bail was set at $5,000 PR and has a court date of July 28, 2014 in Derry.

 

 

On Thursday, July 3rd, Logan Westfall was also arrested by Londonderry Police after a motor vehicle stop for speeding Southbound on Mammoth Road, and crashed at Valley Rd. The 18 year old was charged with reckless operation, disobeying an officer, reckless conduct; place another in danger, and more. His bail was at $3,000 PR with a court date of July 28, 2014 in Derry.

 

 

 

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Londonderry Police Logs

Police Logs for 6/22/2014-6/28/2014

Sunday, June 22nd, Elmer Urias of Malden MA was arrested after a motor vehicle stop for reckless driving at exit 5 on 93. Elmer was charged for reckless operation and endangering the welfare of a child/incompetent. The 21 year old will be in court on July 14th at Derry Court.

 

On Saturday, June 28th, Richard Schofield was also arrested after a call to Londonderry Police about a domestic disturbance. The 46 year old of Londonderry was then arrested and charged with second degree assault and simple assault. Schofields bail as set at $5,000 cash and had a court date of June 30th.

 

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Police Arrest Subject After Vehicular Pursuit

At approximately 8:00 AM on Monday, July 7th, Troopers from the New Hampshire State Police Aircraft/Special Enforcement Unit were conducting traffic enforcement on Interstate 93 southbound, Hooksett, NH.  Trooper First Class Dan Needham conducted a motor vehicle stop for speeding violation on a vehicle identified as a 2012 Nissan Versa, white in color, and bearing a New Hampshire registration. As the Trooper exited his vehicle to approach, the suspect vehicle fled the traffic stop.  Troopers pursued the suspect vehicle southbound as it exited the Interstate at exit #11 at a high rate of speed.  Troopers quickly slowed down and increased their distance from the vehicle due to high speed of the vehicle.  State Police aircraft quickly located the vehicle on Route 3 in the Town of Hooksett and continued monitoring it while efforts to apprehend it were coordinated with ground units from Troop B and Troop D.

The suspect vehicle eventually pulled into the parking lot of Market Basket on 30 Market Drive in Hooksett, NH at which time the suspects parked near the rear of the store, exited and entered the establishment.  Troopers, with the assistance of the Hooksett and Manchester Police Department, cordoned off the area.  Troopers quickly located and arrested the driver, Eric B Smith, of Concord, NH

Surveillance video from Market Basket assisted Troopers with positively identifying Smith as the driver.

Smith was found to be wanted for Escape/Probation Violation out of the Oxford County Sheriff’s Office, Maine.   Three other occupants were identified at the scene, to include. Brittany Lee Fields 28, Concord, NH, and her two young children, ages 6 and 8, who were in the vehicle at the time of the incident.

It was learned on-scene that Smith had also been involved in a motor vehicle crash at the Hooksett Transfer Station while trying to elude officers.

Further investigation also revealed Smith ingested a large quantity of narcotics during the incident and was transported to Catholic Medical Center by Bedford EMS for safety precautions.  Smith faces a multitude of charges and the investigation continues.

It is requested that anyone who witnessed or may have information pertaining to the incident please contact TFC Dan Needham at 603-223-4381.

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Woman Arrested for Missing Fundraiser Money for Londonderry Youth Football and Spirit Association

On Monday June 23, 2014, Tanya Lemay was arrested on a warrant for felony Theft and False Report to Law Enforcement. Lemay turned herself in to the Londonderry Police. Lemay was arrested based on an investigation involving missing fundraiser money for the Londonderry Youth Football and Spirit Association (LYFS).

Lemay was a board member for the LYFS and was in charge of the fundraiser money. Lemay was contacted by the LYFS President after approximately one month had passed without the fundraiser money being deposited into the LYFS account. It is LYFS protocol that any money raised gets deposited within one week. After Lemay was confronted, she stated that the money had been stolen in a burglary at her residence. Lemay then reported a burglary to the Londonderry Police Department. Lemay alleged that during the burglary, the envelope with the cash and checks from the fundraiser was stolen as well as a few prescription pills from medicine bottles. Nothing else was reported missing and not all of the prescriptions pills were allegedly taken. There was no forced entry to Lemay’s residence.

During an interview, Lemay stated that she did not deposit the funds within the one week time frame because she was seeking approval to use some of the money for what she said was other league related items. Lemay stated that she never did receive a response to her request to keep the money out to use for other league related items, therefore she used “about two hundred dollars” from it. Lemay indicated that she had saved receipts for the purchases. Lemay also wrote an apology letter and letter of resignation to the league indicating that she had made a “HUGE MISTAKE” when it came to the fundraiser money.

The total amount of cash and checks that was collected was $6,912. Lemay is currently released on $5000 PR bail and is due back in the 10th Circuit Court in Derry, NH on July 14, 2014 at 0815 hours. Any questions can be directed to Detective Christopher Olson at 603-432-1118.

 

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Convicted DWI Driver heads to Hearing in Unlawful Car

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at approximately 12:45 p.m. Trooper Stephanie Bosch of the New Hampshire State Police, Troop G was at State Police Headquarters, when she observed a subject later identified as Robert McClory, age 30, of Goffstown, NH, park behind her marked police car.

Trooper Bosch was at State Police Headquarters to serve Habitual Offender notices at the Bureau of Hearings.  Habitual Offender notices are served to subjects so that their driving record may be reviewed in order to determine if they qualify for an extended license suspension as their continued driving may pose a danger to the public.  The first subject to be served Habitual Offender paperwork by Trooper Bosch was McCLORY.  Trooper Bosch recognized McCLORY as the driver who had parked behind her cruiser earlier that afternoon.  It was learned that McCLORY’S operating privileges were under suspension and that he was required to have an ignition interlock device installed in his vehicle.

McCLORY was taken into custody at State Police Headquarters and charged with Circumvention of an Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device as well as Operating After Suspension.  He was released on $3,ooo personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear for his arraignment in the 6th Circuit – District Division – Concord Court on August 4, 2014 at 8:30 a.m.

The New Hampshire State Police Troop G was assisted by members of the New Hampshire State Police, Troop D.  Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact Trooper Stephanie Bosch at 603-223-8778.

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