DATE: DECEMBER 6, 2013
REFERENCE: Re-POST From Last WEEK **** ATTEMPT TO LOCATE/IDENTIFY
The Raymond Police Department is requesting the public"s help in identifying a motorcycle driver that eluded officers on Freetown Road and Route 101 East at about 3:48 PM on Saturday November 23, 2013.
Anyone who can identify the pictured subject or has information pertaining to this case is asked to contact Corporal Kelly by phone at 603-895-4747 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DATE: December 6th, 2013
RE: Wreaths Across America Cermony
Wreaths Across America Ceremony Monday 12/9/13 07:00 – 08:30
On Sunday evening (12/8/13) the common area parking spots will be coned off to allow for the tractor trailers to stage at 7:00 am. At 8 am the ceremony will kick off and should be wrapped up within a half hour. From 7 – 8:30 traffic will be restricted on Church Road and Epping Street. We will be detouring traffic around Horseshed Ave. and Main Street. Tenants / residents / business parking are free to use the municipal lot off Horseshed Ave. or other parking areas not mentioned above.
DATE: November 9, 2013
RE: Fatal Fire
Please follow link to story: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20131109/NEWS07/131109254
DATE: NOVEMBER 9, 2013
RE: K-9 DRUG SEARCH
On November 8, 2013 Officer Susan Frotton organized a K-9 drug sweep of the Iber Holmes Gove Middle School and the Raymond High School. Officer Frotton, assisted by officers from the Raymond Police Department, and by K-9 officers from Rochester Police Department in New Hampshire, Wells Police Department, Kittery Police Department, and Knox County Sheriff’s Department in Maine completed a drug sweep of the Iber Holmes Gove Middle School and the Raymond High School.
During the sweep there were no drugs detected at either school. The Raymond Police Department wants to remind parents that we work tirelessly in trying to prevent the abuse of drugs and alcohol among our youth.
While we are pleased with the results of this sweep we would like to encourage anyone with information on the abuse, possession, sale or distribution of illegal substances to contact our detective division at 895-4747.
DATE: NOVEMBER 9, 2013
RE: MVA INVOLVING POLICE CRUISER
On November 8, 2013 at approximately 5:44PM Officer Benoit from the Raymond Police Department was dispatched to a minor motor vehicle accident at the 7-Eleven parking lot.
At 5:55PM while investigating the reported accident, another vehicle backed into Ofc. Benoit’s police cruiser causing minor damage. The operator of that vehicle was identified as 25 year old Myles Edwards from Hampstead, NH. Corporal Pomeroy and New Hampshire State Police were notified and responded to investigate the second motor vehicle accident. As a result of that investigation, Edwards was arrested by New Hampshire State Police and charged with Driving While Intoxicated.
DATE: OCTOBER 28, 2013
RE: RAYMOND POLICE DEPARTMENT
Theft of Aluminum Street Signs
On August 14, 2013 the Raymond Police Department began getting calls for missing street signs in the area of Lane Road and Batchelder Road. Since this original report there have been about seventenn reports regarding the theft of street signs, stop signs and town line marker signs from all areas of town. The total losses of these thefts are quickly approaching $1,000.00.
The Raymond Police Department is asking all residents to be on vigilant lookout for anyone they suspect of being responsible for these thefts and to call in any suspicious activity. If maintenance is needed on the signs, the Raymond Highway Department will typically conduct that during the day in a marked vehicle. If you see anyone tampering with these street signs or road signs you are encouraged to call the Raymond Police Department immediately.
If you have any information on the suspect(s) of the thefts that have already occurred, please contact Corporal Jonathan Kelly at 895-4747.