Several Arrests and Incidents During the Past 10 Days

There were several police incidents during the last week and a half in Londonderry. The incidents range from thefts and arrests to motor vehicle accidents and DUI’s. The incidents begin on December 10, 2011 through early yesterday morning.

At about 12:49 AM on December 10, Londonderry police responded to an accident on Oakridge Drive. Though the log provides little details, the accident resulted in the arrest of Patrick Giordano, age 20 of Londonderry. He was charged with Driving While Intoxicated Second Offense, Unauthorized Use of a Propelled Vehicle, and Driving After Revocation or Suspension. He was released on a hands summons and given a court date of January 9, 2012 in Derry District Court.

The next incident, also an arrest, occurred on the 10th as well at 4:03 PM. Londonderry Police stopped a vehicle near Shelley Drive and arrested Frank Mazzone of Derry, age 27, for Disobeying an Officer and Failure to Obey Inspection Requirements. He was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and will be arraigned on December 30 at Derry District Court.

Just 16 minutes later, police responded to the scene of an accident on Pillsbury Road that was reported through 911. The accident caused Pillsbury Road to be closed, and arriving officers reported that there was a serious head injury and entrapment of one of the persons involved. It was also reported that there was a broken telephone pole.

Londonderry Fire assisted in the incident, reporting that there was an unconscious male with head trauma. The man, John Breen, age 60 of Litchfield, was transported to Parkland Medical Center by the fire department. He was also issued a hand summons and charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor. He will he arraigned in Derry District Court on January 23, 2012.

Also on December 10, at about 10:24 PM, a manager at Hannaford supermarket on Hampton Drive called police to report suspicious cars in the parking lot. According to the log, a black car was parked in the lot for a while, then a green car pulled in a parked in a separate area of the lot for a while, then moved over and parked next to the green car. Officers responded and subsequently arrested Domenic Sarno, 23 of Londonderry, for Stalking. His bail was set at $1,000 cash and he was transported to Brentwood Jail.

At 11:57 on the 10th, Londonderry Police initiated a vehicle stop on Nashua Road. Upon testing the driver, Bradford Brodeur, age 51 of Londonderry, and determining he was intoxicated, he was arrested. Brodeur was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs and Liquor and Speed. He was released on bail and will be arraigned on December 30 in Derry.

Another motor vehicle stop ended with another arrest at 1:11 AM on December 11, 2011. Near the rotary on Commerce Ave, a vehicle was stopped for erratic operation. The driver was tested and placed in custody. Priscilla Arbuckle, 58 of Manchester, was charged with Driving Under the Influence and was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail. She will be arraigned on December 30 in Derry.

On December 13, 2011, Londonderry Police responded to an alarm sounding at Evo Cycle on Rockingham Road. Officers arrived and discovered a large plate glass window on the front of the building was smashed out. After two searches of the inside of the building with a K9, police confirmed that no one was in the area.

Londonderry Police initiated a pedestrian check near the Shell Food Mart on Nashua Road at 2:07 AM on December 14, 2011. The check ended with the arrest of Hazel Hunt, age 32 of Manchester. Hunt was arrested on a Bench Warrant, but was also charged with Stalking. She was held on $1,000 cash bail and was arraigned on the 14th.

At about 5:11 PM on December 15, 2011, also at the Shell Food Mart on Nashua Road, Londonderry police stopped a vehicle. After running a check on the passenger, Adam King, age 22 of Keene, NH, police discovered a bench warrant. King was arrested and was also charged with Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs. Another occupant, Jillian Pastena, 23 of Windham, was also arrested and charged with Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs. King was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and Pastena was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail. Both are scheduled to appear in Derry on January 9.

On December 16, at about 6:27 PM, police stopped a vehicle near Haywood Road. Two occupants, Zachery Trombly, 18 of Manchester, and Victoria Macoul, also 18 of Manchester, were subsequently arrested. Trombly was charged with Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs and Possession of Drugs in a Motor Vehicle. His bail was set at $1,000 personal recognizance and he is scheduled to be arraigned in Derry on December 30. Macoul was charged with Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs; her bail was set at $2,000 personal recognizance and she will appear on December 30 as well.

Between the hours of 9:17 AM and 3:44 PM on December 16, four people reported that their cars had been gone through on Wyndmere Drive. Some reports indicate that items were taken, including a base speaker, though some cars were just rummaged through and nothing appeared missing. One reported damage to the glove box.

The following day, on December 17, between 10:21 AM and 5:37 PM, six people located on Fieldstone Drive reported their cars had been gone through. Though some callers reported nothing was taken, there were items missing from others. These included binoculars, a GPS system, and glasses.

In most of these incidents on both days, it was reported that the cars were left unlocked overnight.

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Ten Arrested in Two Weeks for Drugs and Alcohol Charges

Londonderry Police arrested ten people with charges related to intoxicated driving or drugs during the last two weeks. The first two arrests occurred on September 26, 2011, and the most recent this past Sunday, October 9, 2011.

The first arrest on September 26 stemmed from an incident on Capitol Hill Drive. At 3:51 PM, a caller reported that her apartment was being broken into sometime the previous day and that the burglar had taken clothing, movies and sneakers. When an officer responded, he found the resident’s friend, 29 year old Tara Senter from Manchester, NH.

Upon running her name, it was discovered that there was an active bench warrant for her arrest. She was taken into custody for the warrant, and was also charged with Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs. Senter was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and will appear in Derry District Court on October 17, 2011.

That same day, at about 7:46 PM, Sean Senter, 31 also from Manchester, was arrested for Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs on Capitol Hill Drive. He was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and will appear in Derry District Court on October 17, 2011.

On September 28, at about 8:38 AM, Michael Mecke, 37 of New Smyrna, Florida, turned himself in on a warrant to the Londonderry Police Department. He was charged with Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs with Intent to Distribute, two counts of Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs, and Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs in a Motor Vehicle. Mecke was held on $200,000 cash bail and was arraigned in Derry District Court that same day. His bail was changed to cash or surety and was later transported to the Rockingham County Jail.

The next arrest occurred at about 12:18 AM on September 30. Police reportedly saw a yellow ATV heading northbound on Old Mammoth Road with one person on it. The officer located the subject behind Goffstown Trucking and subsequently tested the driver, Jeffrey Fortin, 31 of Londonderry, and arrested him for Driving Under the Influence. He was released on $1,000 cash bail and will appear on November 7 in Derry District Court.

On October 2, at about 1:19 AM, Londonderry Police made a motor vehicle stop near the exit of McDonald’s on Gilcreast Road. The driver, Valerie Croteau, 32 of Lowell, Massachusetts, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor and Operating Without a Valid License. Her bail was set at $1,000 personal recognizance and she will appear in Derry District Court on November 7.

Another motor vehicle stop on October 2, at about 7:30 PM, resulted in the arrest of one. Police stopped the vehicle near Bartley Hill and Perkins Road and, as the four occupants exited the vehicle, one threw something into the woods. Police brought in the K9 officer and conducted a search of the vehicle. John Fulton, 18 of Bristol, Rhode Island, was arrested and charged with three counts of Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs. He was released on $2,500 personal recognizance bail and will appear in Derry District Court on November 7.

On October 5, at approximately 6:14 PM, Londonderry Police checked on a vehicle on Golen Drive. Police subsequently arrested 17 year old Eric Pelland of Londonderry for Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs. He was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and will appear on October 17 in Derry District Court.

At 1:07 AM on October 6, Londonderry Police stopped a motor vehicle near the intersection of Mammoth Road and Merlin Place. Upon testing the driver, Suzanne Barker, 57 of Londonderry, police transported her to the hospital for a blood withdrawal. She was then taken into custody and charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor. She was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and will appear in Derry District Court on October 24.

Londonderry Police checked on a motor vehicle parked on Memorial Drive at about 12:07 AM on October 9. The driver, 21 year old William O’Reilly, was arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor, Open Container of Alcohol, a Stopping/Standing/Parking Prohibited violation, Possession of Drugs in a Motor Vehicle, Prohibited Sales of an Alcoholic Beverage, an Unregistered Vehicle violation and False Inspection or Registration Sticker. He was held on $5,000 cash bail and appeared in Derry District Court on the morning of October 11.

At 1:32 PM on October 9, Londonderry Police received a call from a son reporting his mother had left her home on Barksdale Ave while intoxicated but has returned home. He also reported that there was fresh damage to her car on the front bumper and right side of the car. Officers responded and arrested 49 year old Eileen Hutcheson for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor. She was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and will appear in Derry District Court on November 7.

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Three Intoxicated Drivers Arrested in Londonderry This Weekend

Three arrests were made this weekend from unrelated DWI incidents. The first two arrests were made after accidents that damaged both a lawn and a parked car occurred. The third arrest came after a report from a concerned citizen; a juvenile was also in the vehicle at the time of the arrest.

On July 15, 2011 at about 10:48 PM, a caller on McAllister Drive reported a car had ran off the roadway and hit her parked car. The suspect had then fled on food through the backyard to Mercury Drive, then towards Constitution Drive. He was described to police as a white male with white shorts and a blue shirt.

Police quickly caught up with the man on Constitution Drive and arrested him. He was identified as 20-year-old Michael Schlosser of Bradford, Massachusetts. Schlosser was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs and Liquor and Conduct After an Accident. His bail was set at $3,000 and is scheduled to appear on August 8, 2011 in Derry District Court.

The second arrest took place on July 16, 2011. At about 7:09 PM, police received a call from Mercury Drive reporting a car had driven all over a resident’s lawn then parked in the driveway. Though the caller did not see anyone leave the scene, there did not appear to be anyone inside the vehicle. Police responded and found two subjects in the woods nearby.

Police arrested one of the men, Joshua Martel, 22 of Derry, New Hampshire. Martel was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor, Criminal Mischief – Vandalism, and Criminal Trespass. His bail was set at $2,500 and he is now schedule to appear in Derry District Court on August 8, 2011.

On July 17, 2011, police arrested a man after a caller reported a possible DWI on Nashua Road. The call came in, via 911, at about 9:44 PM reporting a car traveling west from Interstate 93 on Nashua Road. The caller followed the vehicle, relaying to police the location and turns the car would take. Police quickly stopped the vehicle on Mammoth Road and took the driver to Parkland Medical Center for testing.

The juvenile passenger in the vehicle was released to their parent and the driver, 50-year-old Donald Pomerleau, of Salem, New Hampshire, was subsequently arrested for a Yellow Line Violation and Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated. He was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and will appear on August 8, 2011, in Derry District Court.

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Assaults and Possession Arrests this Week in Londonderry

Police Log for 02/24/11 – 03/02/11

Londonderry made several arrests during this week’s police log. Below are the three most notable.

At approximately 9:38 AM on March 2, police served an arrest warrant to Dana Larock, 42 of Londonderry, at his home on Kendall Pond Road. Larock was taken into custody and charged with three counts of Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card. Larock was also arrested on February 18 and was charged similarly. Read Credit Card Fraud and DUI Arrests this Week to learn more about his previous arrest.

On March 3 at about 5:38 AM, Londonderry police investigated a domestic disturbance in a parking lot at the airport. Though the police log doesn’t have details, Astrit Shishko, 52, of Manchester, was arrested for three counts of Simple Assault as a result of this incident.

Police initiated a motor vehicle stop on February 26 at about 8:14 PM near the intersection of Rockingham Road and Page Road. The stop resulted in the arrest of one and two being taken into protective custody. During the arrest, the log states, “Officer Padellaro advising one of his prisoners is banging his head off the partition.” The log later states, “Sergeant Dyer advising prisoner in female cell (1) urinated in the cell, cell is now unusable.” Arrested in this incident was Travis Smith, 27 of Manchester. He was charged with Revocation for Reckless Driving or DWI. Thomas Biron was taken into Protective Custody for Alcoholism. The 23-year-old from Londonderry was also charged with Criminal Mischief (Vandalism), Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs and Possession of Drugs in a Motor Vehicle. The third party’s name was not mentioned in the log.

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Four Arrested in Londonderry in One Night, Separate Incidents, All Intoxicated

Police Logs for 01/27/11 – 02/02/11

More than ten arrests were made during this week’s police logs. Four of these occurred on the evening of January 28, as the result of different incidents. All of those arrested were DUI’s.

Londonderry Police received a report of a hit and run at 7:07 PM. The log indicated that a silver Nissan Exterra struck the caller when he was coming out of Landmark Crossing. Police responded to the caller in the parking lot of the Home Depot on Nashua Road before responding to the home of the suspect vehicle. The report indicates that the suspect vehicle was there upon police arrival and the “operator still behind the wheel of the vehicle.” Police took the driver, 41-year old Robert DeAngelis into custody. DeAngelis was charged with Driving While Intoxicated (Second Offense), Driving After Revocation or Suspension, and Conduct After an Accident.

The second arrest happened at 8:11 PM. Police received a call reporting an “erratic op that crashed into snowbank” on Winding Pond Road. Police made contact with both the driver and the complainant and subsequently arrested the driver. Laura Roberts, 38 of Londonderry, was taken to Parkland for voluntary blood withdrawal, and was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor.

At 11:33 PM, police stopped a vehicle under the bridge of the Interstate 93 overpass near Exit 5. The driver, Shawn Demmons, 43 of Londonderry, was taken to Parkland for testing, and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (Second Offense). Police gave the passenger a courtesy ride home.

The final incident occurred just ten minutes later, at 11:43 PM. The log states a “caller reporting a grey or tan SUV off the road, caller did not see anyone with the vehicle” in the between Shasta and Mayflower roads on High Range Road. An officer found the vehicle and tested the driver for sobriety. The operator, 30-year-old Todd Ford of Litchfield, refused testing at Parkland. He was arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor.

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Police Arrest Several DUI’s and Assailants in Londonderry

Police Log for 12/23/10 – 12/29/10

Londonderry Police received a call at 9:35 AM on December 29 from the manager of the Easter Seals residence on Noyes Road. The caller reported that a staff member called her on this morning to “report there are footprints in the snow around the house, and a message saying ‘I see you’ on the window.”

Police arrested three different intoxicated drivers during this week. The first was stopped on Nashua Road at 12:04 AM on December 24. The driver, Alan Pope, 53 of Londonderry, was taken to Parkland Medical Center for a blood draw before being taken into custody. Pope was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor, Possession of Drugs in a Motor Vehicle, and Possession of Controlled or Narcotic Drugs. The second arrest occurred on December 29 at 1:28 AM. Police stopped the vehicle in the area of Gilcreast Road and subsequently arrested Sean Finch, 25, of Hudson, New Hampshire. Finch was also taken to PMC for a blood draw and was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor and a violation of a Stop or Yield Sign. The final DUI arrest also occurred on December 29 at 4:50 AM. Officers received a call from a resident on Chase Road that a car hit a tree outside his house. Officers responded and arrested the driver, David Alcorn, 22, of Lowell, Massachusetts, for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Liquor.

During this week of logs, Londonderry Police arrested four individuals involved in Domestic Disturbances or Assaults. The first arrest occurred on December 24 at 12:21 AM. Police responded to reports of “a rolling domestic inside a green Chevy Suburban in the long term parking at Gate D.” There were also reports that the female had a five month old baby in the car. While on the phone with the female “airport security advised female and vehicle were curbside in front of Delta and security was out with them.” Jonathan Blatt, 42, of Oak Park, California, was taken into custody and charged with Simple Assault. The second arrest also occurred on December 24 at 11:04 PM. Police received reports that an intoxicated, unwanted male was in a house on Holly Lane. Responding officers arrested Jeremy Sgroi, 27, of Holly Lane, Londonderry, for Simple Assault. The third arrest took place on December 27, at 1:16 PM. Officers responded to Perkins Road after receiving reports that “subjects in room have been fighting.” Officers arrested Brian Dow, 35, of Derry, and charged him with Stalking and Simple Assault. The final arrest occurred on South Road at 6 PM on December 27. Londonderry Police received reports of an assault. Upon arrival, Allen Black, 26 of South Road, Londonderry, was issued a hand summons, and Christopher Kobylis, also 26, of South Road, Londonderry, was arrested. Both were charged with Simple Assault.

Each week, Londonderry Hometown Online News will publish the police logs for your review. We will also pick the most interesting of the stories. If there are any that you found interesting or funny and think they should be in the top three, feel free to contact us.

While we also create original stories from information in the police log and other sources, we offer you nearly the entire Londonderry police blotter! At times we remove small pieces of information like phone numbers or obscene language. When other media outlets only provide their “Selections” from the log, if you select “read more” you select what interests you in Londonderry.

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