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Press Release

From:          David Salois
Date:           Ocotber 26, 2014
Re:              Assault / Arrest

This morning at 01:00 am officers responded to a reported assault at the Branch River Apartments.  When the officers arrived the suspect fled the scene into a swampy wooded area behind the apartment buildings.  The victim of the assault was transported by ambulance from the scene with possible serious injuries from allegedly being kicked in the facial area during the violent confrontation.

While conducting an exhaustive search with NHSP K-9 and Raymond Officers, they learned the suspect was in an apartment possibly armed with a weapon.  He had also allegedly made threats that he was not going easy, as he was recently released on parole from NH State Prison.

Officers were able to locate and place the suspect:

Nicholas Greenwood
33 yrs. Old
Branch River Apartments

under arrest without incident.  He is charged with Assault & Obstructing Report of a Crime and is being held on cash bail at the Rockingham County Jail.

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From:               David Salois, Chief
Date:                October 14th, 2014
RE:                   High School Incident

The Raymond Police Department responded to the High School this afternoon for a report of an issue with a student.  After a brief investigation, it was learned that a teacher inadvertently discovered a list containing names of others that the student feels were involved in bullying.  The matter is being investigated by the Raymond School Administration and the Raymond Police Department.  This appears to be an isolated incident and does not pose a danger to the student body or staff.


Update - October 15th @ 11:30 am:

Since yesterday Officers and Detectives in conjunction with the High School Administration have been investigating a “hit list” that was inadvertently discovered by an alert teacher.  The parents of those juveniles included in the alleged list were immediately notified and made aware of details as the investigation unfolded.  

The juvenile allegedly responsible for creating the list has been dealt with swiftly and appropriately at the school level, and will be charged through the juvenile court system with a criminal offense.

The school and the police department consider this a serious matter and have reacted accordingly.  In fact, the school staff is credited with being alert and proactive during this matter.   Our School Resource Officer Sue Frotton is on site with the school administration for everyone’s safety and peace of mind. 

Finally, thank you to the parents and students for being cooperative and patient during a process that can be difficult and confusing.

 


 

 
 
 

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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