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DATE:                April 18, 2014
AUTHOR:           D. Salois
RE:                    Arrests made in Assualt from Wednesday


On Wednesday afternoon an assault took place at #9 Hummingbird Lane (see below press release).  Today Officers developed enough probable cause to obtain arrest warrants for the following three subjects for the offenses listed:
 
Frank Walton
Main Street
Raymond, NH
25 yrs. old


Charges:  Criminal Restraint
 
John Ahern
Jacob Wells Road
Epping, NH
23 yrs. old


Charges:  Robbery / Criminal Restraint / Criminal Threatening with a Deadly Weapon / Possession of a Controlled Drug
 
Charley Ann Martin
9 Hummingbird Lane
Raymond, NH
24 yrs. Old


Charges:  Criminal Restraint / Attempt to Commit Robbery / Hindering Apprehension
 
Based on the information discovered in the investigation it is alleged that the three individuals solicited a contractor via Craigslist to come to the residence and complete an estimate.  When the contractor arrived to give an estimate, he was allegedly robbed at knifepoint.

The above suspects are currently being held on cash bail and will be arraigned in the Candia District Court next week.
 


DATE:                 APRIL 18, 2014
T
IME:                 1430
AUTHOR:           LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE:     BURGLARY

 
On April 18, 2014 at about 7:18 AM Officers responded to Lamprey Health Care on Rte. 27 in reference to a Burglary at the business.  It appears that entry was gained into the building during the over night hours and was discovered by employees arriving for work.  This case remains open and active.
 
Anyone with information is asked to call the Raymond Police Department at 895-4747 or email Detective Sergeant Payne at spayne@raymondnh.gov or 895-4747 ext. 317
 


DATE: APRIL 17, 2014
TIME: 0840
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: WARD
 

On April 16, 2014 at about 4:39 PM Sergeant Payne, Corporal Pomeroy and Officer Dyrkacz responded to Washington Drive in reference to a report of a red Pontiac driving recklessly in the neighborhood.
 
Upon arrival the Officers located the vehicle pulled to the side of the road and made contact with the operator:

 
TERRENCE WARD
54 YEARS OF AGE
RAYMOND, NH
 
As the Officers spoke with Ward they observed him to be displaying signs and symptoms consistent with an impaired/intoxicated person.
 
At the conclusion of a roadside investigation Ward was arrested and charged with:
 
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF LIQUOR
TRANSPORTING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (OPEN CONTAINER)
DRIVING AFTER SUSPENSION

 
Ward was released on PR Bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 5, 2014.
 
 
 



DATE:           April 16, 2014
TIME:           19:00
AUTHOR:      D. Salois
RE:                Assault


Today at 11:10 am Officers responded to a reported Assault in the area of Route 27 and Hummingbird Lane involving several people.  Sgt. Spinney arrived on scene first and learned that one of the male suspects had fled the area, armed with a knife. While additional Officers were responding to contain the suspects, the nearby Raymond High School was notified and subsequently placed in a secure state.  The area behind Hummingbird Lane was contained by officers and the school was able to resume normal activities within forty minutes.  

After an intensive search of the area and a residence on Hummingbird Lane, the three alleged suspects were located.  The victim sustained only minor injuries.

No arrest(s) have been made at this point in the investigation.  



DATE:          APRIL 15, 2014
TIME:          16:00
AUTHOR:    D. Salois
RE:              School Safety Drill  - Lamprey River Elementary School       


Over the past several months the Raymond Community Crisis Response Board has been meeting in efforts to conduct an emergency drill at one of the districts schools.  Each month during the school year School Administration, Staff and Town Departments meet to review, discuss and pre-plan for emergencies.  During the school year building limited drills are conducted in each school and once during the year a large scale town & district emergency drill is conducted.

This morning’s drill kicked off with a suspicious package found in the building after a call was placed to the office at the Lamprey River Elementary School.  School staff reacted according to plan and evacuated the building while Police & Fire responded.

The drill by all accounts was a success.  During a debriefing several areas for improvement were noted and will be addressed in future plans and training.  Each and every drill that we conduct helps us realize our strong areas and also identifies area that we can improve upon.  When it comes to the safety of our students and staff we want to make sure that we are staying current with our training an plans.  

Raymond Town Manager stated during the debriefing “School safety is not just a school issue, it encompasses the entire community”.   Schools teachers, staff and students  always perform in such a positive and orderly fashion during these drills.


 


 
 

DATE: April 14, 2014
TIME: 0930
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: MAHAR
 

On April 11, 2014 at about 8:01 PM Corporal Pomeroy and Officer Hallock responded to a residence on Roy Street in reference to a past-tense Burglary.  It was reported that the resident of the Roy Street home had noticed that there were some items missing to include a:
 
SAMSUNG GALAXY TABLET & CHARGER (VALUED AT $300.00) 
TROY AR-15 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE (VALUED AT $1,400.00)
 
The victims nephew identified as:
 
MATTHEW MAHAR
17 YEARS OF AGE
CANDIA, NH
 
emerged as a possible suspect in the case.  On the same date at about 11:30 PM Officer Stice, Officer McPherson and a Candia Officer were able to locate Mahar walking on Depot Road in Candia.  After speaking with Mahar it is alleged that he entered the Roy Street home and stole the aforementioned items.  Mahar was able to lead the officers to a wooded area off of Depot Road in Candia where the AR-15 was located and retrieved as evidence.
 
Mahar was arrested and charged with:
 
BURGLARY
THEFT FROM A BUILDING (X2)
 
He was processed and bail was set at $5,000.00 CASH.
 
Mahar was arraigned at the Candia Circuit Court on 04/14/14. He was held on $25,000.00 CASH and a Probable Cause Hearing has been scheduled for April 21, 2014 at 10:00 AM.




DATE: APRIL 11, 2014
TIME: 1110

AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: CLARK

On April 9, 2014 at about 5:38 PM Officer Sanborn conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 27 in reference to an inspection violation.

Officer Sanborn identified the occupants of the vehicle and learned that one of the passengers identified as:

RICHARD CLARK
25 YEARS OF AGE
BERWICK, ME

was wanted pursuant to a BENCH WARRANT for FAILURE TO APPEAR.  Clark was arrested and transported the Raymond Police Station.

He was released on PR Bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 12, 2014.


 


DATE: APRIL 11, 2014
TIME: 1010
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: TANSEY
 

On April 5, 2014 at about 1:58 AM Officer Ogden conducted a motor vehicle stop on Old Fremont Road Extension in reference to a speeding violation that occurred on Freetown Road.
 
Officer Ogden made contact with the operator who was identified as:
 
SANDRA TANSEY
63 YEARS OF AGE
MANCHESTER, NH
 
Officer Ogden observed Tansey to be displaying signs and symptoms consistent with an impaired/intoxicated person.  At the conclusion of a roadside investigation Tansey was arrested and charged with:
 
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF AN INTOXICATING LIQUOR
 
Tansey was released on PR bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 5, 2014.

 



TIME: 1115
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: CASTINE

 
On April 3, 2014 at about 5:00 PM Corporal Pomeroy conducted a motor vehicle stop in the 7-Eleven parking lot. He made contact with the operator who was identified as:
 
JOHN CASTINE
37 YEARS OF AGE
KINGSTON,NH
 
Castine provided the Corporal with a State of New Hampshire non-driver's ID card. A records check through the state system confirmed that Castine had a suspended driver's license.
 
Castine was arrested and charged with:
 
DRIVING AFTER SUSPENSION (SUBSEQUENT)
 
He was released on PR bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 5, 2014.


DATE: APRIL 4, 2014
TIME: 1045
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: GIANITSOPOULOS
 
On April 3, 2014 at about 4:16 PM
 
JOHN GIANITSOPOULOS
61 YEARS OF AGE
NOTTINGHAM, NH
 
turned himself in on an arrest warrant.
 
The arrest warrant stemmed from an investigation conducted by Officer Sanborn in which it is alleged that Gianitsopoulos issued bad checks to a food distribution company while he was the owner/operator of the Famous Legends Restaurant on Essex Dr. in Raymond.
 
Gianitsopoulos was charged with 2 counts of:
 
ISSUING BAD CHECKS
 
He was released on PR bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 5, 2014.
 

 


DATE: APRIL 3 2014
TIME: 1145
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: HARRIS
 
On April 2, 2014 at about 10:32 PM Officer Dyrkacz conducted a motor vehicle stop in the 7-Eleven parking lot in reference to speed on Route 27 and Freetown Road.
 
Officer Dyrkacz made contact with the operator who was identified as:
 
VICKEY HARRIS
54 YEARS OF AGE
RAYMOND, NH
 

Officer Dyrkacz observed Harris to be displaying signs and symptoms consistent with an impaired/intoxicated person.
 
At the conclusion of a roadside investigation Harris was arrested and charged with:
 
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF LIQUOR
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DRUGS (MARIJUANA)
 
Harris was released on PR bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on April 14, 2014.
 


DATE: APRIL 3, 2014
TIME: 1130
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: MANSUR
 
On April 2, 2014 at about 6:37 PM Officers received a call in reference to a reckless operator.
 
Officer Benoit located the vehicle on Freetown Road.
 
Officer Benoit made contact with the operator who was identified as:
 
MICHAEL MANSUR
29 YEARS OF AGE
CHESTER, NH
 
While out with Mansur, Officer Benoit and Officer Sanborn were able to detect clues that marijuana may be present in the vehicle.
 
A roadside investigation resulted in Mansur's arrest.
 
He was charged with:
 
POSSESSION OF DRUGS IN A MOTOR VEHICLE
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DRUGS
 
Mansur was released on PR bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 5, 2014. 

 


DATE: APRIL 2, 2014
TIME: 1300
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: SUSPICIOUS MALE
 

On April 1, 2014 at about 6:18 PM Officers responded to GMS Pizza on Main Street in reference to a suspicious male.
 
It was reported by a mother that her 14 year old daughters were at GMS Pizza when they encountered a suspicious adult male. According to the report the male subject was exiting the restaurant as the juveniles entered. Once the juveniles were in the restaurant the male went back in and said "Hi" to one of them. The male then stood in the corner next to the restrooms and stared at the juveniles. After a period of time the male exited the restaurant and peered at the juveniles through a window. During this time the male tried luring them outside.
 
The male is described as approximately 5'7", scruffy facial hair and a possible goatee. He was described as wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with khaki pants. He may possibly be driving a small black pickup truck unknown make or model.  
 
If you have any information, can identify this person or have had a similar encounter, please contact the Raymond Police Department at 895-4747.


  


DATE: APRIL 1, 2014
TIME: 1300
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: HAWES & ANDREWS
 

On March 29, 2014 at about 2:49 AM Officer Stice conducted a motor vehicle stop on Rte. 27 in the area of Prescott Rd. in reference to an illegal left turn.
 
Officer Stice made contact with the vehicles occupants who were identified as:
 
MATTHEW HAYES
20 YEARS OF AGE
CANDIA, NH
 
BRIAN ANDREWS
19 YEARS OF AGE
CANDIA, NH
 
A roadside investigation resulted in Hawes arrest for:
 
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DRUGS
POSSESSION OF DRUGS IN A MOTOR VEHICLE
TRANSPORTING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY A MINOR
 
Andrews was initially placed into protective custody and transported to the police station in Officer Ogden's cruiser. Upon arrival at the police station Officer Ogden discovered that the cruisers rear interior dome light had been damaged. The damage was not present prior to Andrews transport. Andrews was subsequently charged with:
 
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
 
Both subjects were released on PR bail and are scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 5, 2014. 
  


DATE: APRIL 1, 2014
TIME: 1335
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: HENRY

 
On March 30, 2014 at about 3:00 PM Officer Hallock and Officer Benoit located:
 
WILLIAM HENRY
24 YEARS OF AGE
RAYMOND, NH
 
at a residence on Chester Road. Henry was wanted by this agency in reference to a Fraud investigation conducted by Officer Hallock in which it is alleged that Henry used a stolen ATM card at the Santander Bank.
 
Henry was subsequently taken into custody and charged with:
 
FRAUDULENT USE OF A CREDIT CARD
RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY
 
Henry was released on PR bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 5, 2014.
 


DATE: APRIL 1, 2014
TIME: 1400
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: MUTASA

 
On March 30, 2014 at about 10:37 PM Officer Dyrkacz conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 101 westbound in the area of Exit 4 in reference to lane control.
 
Officer Dyrkacz made contact with the operator who was identified as:
 
STEPHEN MUTASA
34 YEARS OF AGE
MANCHESTER, NH
 
Officer Dyrkacz observed Mutasa to be displaying signs and symptoms consistent with an impaired/intoxicated person.
 
A roadside investigation revealed an open container of an alcoholic beverage within the passenger compartment of the vehicle and culminated in Mutasa's arrest for:
 
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF LIQUOR
TRANSPORTING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
 
Mutasa was released on PR bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on April 14, 2014.
 


DATE: APRIL 1, 2014
TIME: 1415
AUTHOR: LT. M. LABELL
REFERENCE: CROOKER

 
On March 31, 2014 at about 10:19 AM Officer Brooks responded to Lane Rd. in the area of Sherman Dr. in reference to a report of a mini-van that had slid off of the road and was possibly submerged in a brook.
 
Upon arrival Officer Brooks made contact with the operator of the vehicle identified as:
 
LEA CROOKER
29 YEARS OF AGE
RAYMOND, NH
 
Officer Brooks was able to determine that Crooker's vehicle was not in the brook but was stuck in the snow. While speaking with Crooker, Officer Brooks could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the interior of the vehicle. A roadside investigation revealed a glass smoking pipe and a quantity of the controlled drug marijuana in a front passenger compartment of the vehicle.
 
Crooker was arrested and charged with:
 
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DRUGS
POSSESSION OF DRUGS IN A MOTOR VEHICLE
 
Crooker was released on PR bail and is scheduled to appear at the Candia Circuit Court on May 5, 2014.  



 

 
 
 

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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