-- A Londonderry man was cited for DUI #3, gross and negligent operation, attempting to elude and leaving the scene of a property damage accident for an incident on Wednesday, June 19.
According to Wilmington Police, Sean M. Brosnan, 27, was driving north in a 1995 Green Chevy Suburban on Route 100 in the area of Coldbrook Road, where he was seen operating erratically. Police tried to stop Brosnan but by using emergency blue lights and sirens but Brosnan refused to stop for officers and a pursuit ensued continuing on Route 100 toward the Wilmington village.
Brosnan refused to stop on Castle Hill Road, where he smashed through a private security gate before turning around and continuing across the lawn of a private residence. Officers from the Dover Police Department attempted to stop Brosnan by using tire deflation equipment in the area of Shafter Street but Brosnan avoided it by steering around the equipment through a drainage ditch. He then traveled west on Shafter Street to the dead end and reversed his direction avoiding the pursuing officers by again driving across a private lawn and causing damage.
Brosnan then continued to operate traveling on Route 100 at speeds of approximately 40 to 45 mile per hour. The vehicle suffered a rear tire failure, which officers believe was the result of Brosnan driving through the drainage ditch. Brosnan continued on Dover Hill Road in Dover, where he crashed the vehicle and fled on foot. He went to a private residence, where the owner called 911 reporting a naked man knocking on her door. When officers arrived, Brosnan was identified and found to be naked.
Brosnan was taken into custody and later transported by ambulance Grace Cottage Hospital, where he was treated and released. He was brought to the Wilmington Police Department, where he was processed. He was ordered held at the Springfield Correctional Facility in lieu of $5,000 bail.
-- State and local authorities have been investigating a series of burglaries in Cheshire County. A potential link has been identified in the suspect's means to enter residencies. On three occasions, it was reported that two people knock on doors or ring a doorbell at a residence and ask about a lost dog. If the door is answered, the suspects engage in conversation about the dog, and exit the premises. This type of incident was reported in three separate jurisdictions in Cheshire County.
One homeowner described two white males with short buzzcut hairstyles. Both were described as being in their early 20s and polite in nature once engaged in conversation with the homeowner. One of the suspects might have a tattoo on his neck.
Police are asking people to be vigilant in their observations of any suspicious activity of this nature. Anyone who has been involved in an encounter as described is urged to call their local police department and/or New Hampshire State Trooper Aaron Gillis at Troop C in Keene (603-223-8494).
-- Carol Maynard, 22, of Brattleboro, was cited for driving while intoxicated on Chesterfield Road at 2:14 a.m. on Sunday, June 9.
-- Timothy Schofield, 27, of Chester, was cited for violation of conditions of release, possession of a depressant, stimulant and narcotic and disorderly conduct following a reported disturbance on Center Street at approximately 1:53 a.m. on Thursday, May 23.
He was ordered to appear in Windham Superior Court: Criminal Division on Tuesday, July 2, to answer to the charges and was held at the Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield until sober.
-- A homeless woman was cited for disorderly conduct stemming from a disturbance on Elm Street on Tuesday, May 28.
Phyllis Parent, 24, was ordered to appear in Windham Superior Court: Criminal Division on Tuesday, July 9, to answer to the charge and was held at the Southern State Correctional Facility until sober.
-- Alicia A. Getch, 27, was cited for operating after a criminal suspension on Saturday, May 31.
She was released and ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- Mark Mounsey, 49, of Bellows Falls, was cited for violating conditions of release after he reported to the Bellows Falls Police Department under the influence of alcohol for his daily court-ordered check-in and court-ordered Alco-Sensor test.
He was ordered to appear in court on Tuesday, June 18, to answer to the charge.
-- Louis Tatro, 27, of Highgate, was cited on Wednesday, June 12, for operating with a criminally suspended license.
-- Justin Packard was cited for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest at approximately 10 p.m. on Thursday, June 13.
He was ordered held at the Southern State Correctional Facility until sober.
-- On Thursday, June 6, the Vermont State Police in Brattleboro were contacted by Christopher Mattson, 49, of Newfane, who advised he was a sex offender and had forgotten to report annually within 10 days of his birthday, per the Vermont Sex Offender requirements. Mattson said he was reminded of this when he was contacted by law enforcement, who conducted a countywide sex offender compliance check.
Mattson scheduled a time to meet with State Police and was taken into custody without incident at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 11. He was cited to appear in court at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, July 23, to answer to the charge of Sex Offender's Responsibility to Report.
-- Jensen Lindholm, 21, of Brattleboro, was cited by the Windham County Sheriff's Department on Monday, June 10, for failure to appear in court for an arraignment.
-- Sarah Radcliffe, 32, of Brattleboro, was cited by the Windham County Sheriff's Department on Tuesday, June 11, for failure to appear in court for a pre-trial conference.
-- E. Donald Lawrence, 85, became distracted and drove off the Old Walpole Road in Surry, N.H., 2:32 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11.
-- A local man come into the Rockingham State Police barracks on Saturday, June 15, to report that sometime between Thursday, June 13, and Friday, June 14, someone tried to break into his vehicle and caused damage to it.
Anyone with relevant information is asked to contact Vermont State Police at 802-875-2112.
-- Jonathan Tenney, 38, of Somerville, Mass., was cited for driving under the influence of alcohol at 1:38 a.m. on Sunday, June 6.
-- John D. Ahern, of Alstead, N.H., was cited for driving under the influence of alcohol on Sunday, June 16.
Ahern was ordered held on $500 cash or surety bond and until he was sober. He was held at Southern State Correctional.
The underage passenger in the vehicle Ahern was driving was issued a minor consuming alcohol ticket.
-- Vermont State Police investigated a motorcycle crash at mile-marker 27/70 on Interstate 91 South at 12:40 p.m. on Thursday, June 20.
The operator was identified at Bernard Doyle Jr., 65, from Brattleboro. It is believed to have been traveling at about 65 miles per hour at the time of the accident. Doyle told authorities a truck quickly appeared behind him, forcing him off the roadway and into the grassy median, where he laid the motorcycle down to prevent a more serious injury. The motorcycle -- a blue 2013 Harley Davidson -- sustained minimal front-end damage and Doyle was transported to Springfield Hospital with possible injuries
Doyle told troopers he didn't have time to observe any identifying factors of the truck that ran him off the road.
If anyone who was traveling on I-91 at this time can assist in identifying the truck or its driver, call Vermont State Police in Rockingham.
-- Mary Day, 82, of Keene, N.H., failed to yield and went off the road striking a guardrail at 10:40 a.m. on Monday, June 10.