CHESTERFIELD, N.H. >> A Chesterfield man suspected of robbing a Dunkin Donuts in Brattleboro in May is wanted in connection with the stabbing of a man on Herrick Drive Wednesday morning.
Not only is Peter Giandalone, 22, suspected of robbing the Dunkin Donuts, he was also arrested in mid-May and cited with passing forged $100 bills at three different locations in Cheshire County. Now the Chesterfield Police Department has issued a be-on-the-lookout alert for Giandalone. Police believe he might be driving a Subaru Impreza hatchback, with New Hampshire plate number 3241274.
Chesterfield Police Chief Duane M. Chickering told the Keene Sentinel that the N.H. Attorney General's Office is investigating, but he couldn't comment further on the incident.
"At this point, we do have a stabbing, and we're looking for information pertaining to that," he told the Sentinel.
According to the Sentinel, Giandalone was arraigned in Cheshire County Superior Court in Keene on May 16 on the three felony forgery charges for passing fake bills. His bail was initially set at $10,000, but was then lowered for him to be released on personal recognizance.
• At 9:45 p.m., the Windham County Sheriff's Office conducted a motor vehicle stop on Westminster Road in Putney. Following an investigation, Jared C. Harrington, 23, of Brattleboro, was arrested and cited with driving under the influence.
• At 3:30 p.m., the Windham County Sheriff's Office conducted a motor vehicle stop on Westminster Road in Putney. Following an investigation, Tracy L. Miller-Sweet, 28, of Athens, was arrested and cited with operating a vehicle with a criminally suspended license.
• At 9:50 p.m., the Vermont State Police responded to Abijah Prince Road in Guilford for the report of a single-vehicle crash. Troopers determined Levi Grunzberg, 22, of Guilford, was traveling south at approximately 30 mph, when a deer jumped into the roadway. Grunzberg swerved to avoid it, which caused him to strike a tree. The vehicle was towed from the scene by Rick's Towing. There were no injuries from the crash.
• The Hinsdale, N.H., Police Department received information that Jared Johnson, 25, and Cassy Short, 26, both of Hinsdale, were inside of a residence on Plain Road. The Hinsdale Police Department had also received information that Johnson might have been in possession of a firearm and that he was wanted on a felony parole warrant for reckless conduct with a deadly weapon. Short was also wanted for multiple warrants as well as a probation violation. Due to the danger of the situation, officers from department in Hinsdale, Chesterfield and Winchester as well as the New Hampshire State Police surrounded the home. The Hinsdale Highway Department assisted in shutting down Plain Road between Route 119 and Butler Avenue while police called both subjects out of the home. Initially both refused to come out, but after approximately one hour, telephone contact was made and both surrendered peacefully. They were both transported to the Cheshire County House of Corrections by the Cheshire County Sheriff's Department and held without bail.
• Sometime between July 4 and 12, a home on Stratton Hill Road in Marlboro was burglarized. Anyone with information about this crime or has observed suspicious activity in the area should contact Trooper Matthews at 802-254-2382
• At just before 6 p.m., the Vermont State Police attempted to make a motor vehicle stop on Route 5 in Rockingham. Troopers pursued the vehicle on Interstate 91 to Exit 8 in Weathersfield, reaching speeds of 110 mph. Because of the speed of the pursuit, troopers ended the chase, but the vehicle was eventually located in Claremont, N.H., by the Claremont Police Department. Vermont State Police met with the operator, Jack Baker, 20, of Brattleboro, at the Claremont Police Department. He was cited with attempting to elude, negligent operation, excessive speed and violation of his conditions of release.
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