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Press Release

Date:          November 5th, 2014
Re:             Sobriety Checkpoint

The Raymond Police Department will continue the effort to apprehend drunk drivers in our community by conducting a sobriety checkpoint the weekend of November 21, 2014. The Rockingham County Superior Court has authorized the checkpoint.  Sobriety Checkpoints have had proven success in the apprehension of drunk drivers in Raymond and elsewhere. We are confident that this upcoming checkpoint will be no exception. Sobriety checkpoints are supported by the NH branch of Mothers against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) and the use of checkpoints to deter drunk driving has been approved by the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

As part of our ongoing prevention effort, we ask that you remind friends, relatives and loved ones to make the right choice and use a designated driver, cab or call a friend.  When you drink and drive, you risk everyone's lives.





 

 
 
 

DATE:            OCTOBER 12, 2013
RE:                RAYMOND POLICE DEPARTMENT                    
                      SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT - MEDIA RELEASE

As a result of the increasing incidents of impaired driving, the Raymond Police Department conducted a Sobriety Checkpoint last evening on Freetown Road.

As a result of this operation two people were arrested.

At 12:43AM Ofc. Hallock arrested Brendan Noury, 25, from Kingston, NH and charged him with Possession of Controlled / Narcotic Drugs.  He was bailed and is scheduled to appear in court at 10th Circuit-District Division-Candia on November 25th.

 

 

 

 

 

 

At 1:57AM Ofc. Stice arrested Andrew Riordan, 24, from Derry, NH and charged him with Possession of Controlled / Narcotic Drugs.  He was bailed and is also scheduled to appear in court at 10th Circuit-District Division-Candia on November 25th.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chief David Salois and the Raymond Police Department take an aggressive stance to apprehend persons who are driving while impaired.  If you happen to observe an impaired driver you can report it to Raymond Police at 895-4747 or dial 9-1-1.

 

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