DATE: AUGUST 26, 2014
REFERENCE: UNATTENDED/ACCIDENTAL DEATH
On August 25, 2014 at about 7:19 PM Raymond Police, Fire and Ambulance responded to a residence on Roy Street in reference to a male subject who was trapped underneath a large boulder. Upon arrival first responders discovered that the male subject was not conscious and not breathing.
Investigating officers learned that the male subject had been working on extricating the large boulder from his yard over the course of the last several months. The process involved him digging around the boulder in an attempt to free it. It appears that the male subject was involved in this process when the boulder became dislodged from the ground causing him to be pinned between the boulder and the wall of the ditch.
The boulder was estimated to weigh about 6,000 pounds and had to be lifted off of the victims body by a tow truck. A Medical Examiner from the New Hampshire Medical Examiners Office responded to the scene and pronounced the male victim deceased.
The victim was identified as:
Paul Comeau Jr.
The victim was discovered by his wife who called 911.
Below is the arrest logs for the past several days:
DATE: AUGUST 5, 2014
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERECNE: ALCOHOL COMPLIANCE CHECKS
On the evening of July 31, 2014 Detective Parrott of the Raymond Police Department along with investigator's from the New Hampshire Liquor Commission conducted alcohol compliance checks in the establishments that serve/sell alcoholic beverages in the Town of Raymond.
Compliance checks are used to determine if businesses are adhering to New Hampshire laws and administrative rules governing the sale of alcoholic beverages and to prevent sales to underaged individuals.
With the aid of an under-aged buyer, selected by the New Hampshire Liquor Commission, 19 establishments within the town were checked. Of the 19 the following 7 sold alcoholic beverages:
Downtown Convenience Store
Pizza By George
New Hampshire Liquor Store
The individual clerk's who made the sales were charged with Prohibited Sales by the Raymond Police Department. The Business's will face administrative sanctions by New Hampshire Liquor Enforcement.