Londonderry Police responded to several calls over the weekend that resulted in arrests of many young people. The arrests began on Friday afternoon, April 13, 2012 with a gun incident and ended early Sunday morning with a young man hiding in his car.
On Friday, at about 5:58 PM, Derry police requested assistance from Londonderry in locating a blue Dodge Caliber. According to the police logs, the “operator brandished a gun.” Londonderry stopped a vehicle in the area of Evo Cycle on Rockingham Road and Derry units also responded to the scene.
An occupant of the car, Tyler Rowe of Chester, NH, was subsequently arrested. He was charged with Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs and was held on $2,500 personal recognizance bail. He will appear in Derry District Court on May 7, 2012.
Later that night, at about 11:30 PM, police responded to the Page Road after receiving a report of a party going on. The caller reported the they thought the kids weren’t “of age.” Upon arrival, it was determined that four of the party-goers were under the drinking age and were intoxicated. Police arrested one of the individuals and the rest were released to their parents on hand summons.
Arrested was Bruno Weigler, 17 of Londonderry. He was charged with Facilitating a Drug or Underage Alcohol House Party and Unlawful Possession and Intoxication. His bail was set at $1,500 personal recognizance and he will appear in Derry District Court on May 7, 2012.
Hand summons were issued to 17-year-old Joshua Villars, 18-year-old Tyler Student, and 18-year-old Luke Douglas, all of Londonderry. Each was charged with Unlawful Possession and Intoxication and will appear in Derry on May 7, 2012.
Finally, on April 15, 2012, at 2:28 AM, police observed suspicious activity in the area of Sherwood Road. Reportedly, a vehicle had pulled into two driveways on High Range Road and then parked in a driveway on Sherwood Road. The police log states, “the operator is hiding under the seat and refusing to open the door.”
While a second officer responded to attempt to gain access to the car, the initiating officer reported, “the male is on his phone still refusing to open his door.” Police were finally able to get inside the vehicle and arrested the operator about twenty minutes after the initial call.
Arrested was 17-year-old Dylan Howes of Londonderry. He was charged with Disobeying an Officer, Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor, Driver Limited to One License. Howes was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and will be arraigned in Derry on May 7, 2012.