Graffiti on Farmer Road

The Hooksett Police Department is attempting to identify the person responsible for spray painting “Slow Down” on Farmer Road. The incident took place on Monday, June 20, 2016 at approximately 4:00pm at which time an elderly female was seen in the area...

911 Hang-up Call Leads to an Arrest

On June 4, 2016 Officers from the Hooksett Police Department responded to a single family residence on South Bow Road for a 911 hang up call. When Officers arrived they determined a domestic assault had just occurred between Catherine Flower, 34 of Manchester, NH and...

Hooksett Police Officer Assaulted During Traffic Stop

On May 30th, 2016 at 12:45 AM, Officer Michael Carpentier stopped a motor vehicle on West Alice Ave. for a traffic violation. While Officer Carpentier was speaking with the operator of the vehicle, the front seat passenger exited the vehicle multiple times. The female...

Hooksett Man Arrested for DWI

On March 27th, 2016 at 2:35am, Officer Byers was parked at the Hooksett Gas & Market located on Hooksett Rd. and Silver Ave. monitoring traffic. Officer Byers observed a green BMW X3 exit the parking lot of the Chantilly’s Restaurant & Pub and travel north on...

Manchester Man Arrested for Stalking

On March 18th, 2016 at approximately 12:38am, Officer Carpentier was patrolling the Firebird Motel and observed a male and a female in the parking lot which he had contact with on his prior shift. Officer Carpentier identified the male as: Allen Bartlett, 24...

Massachusetts man arrested for DWI.

On March 5, 2016 at approximately 12:16 am Hooksett Police received a motor vehicle complaint about a vehicle traveling on Interstate 93 north with a front tire missing traveling approximately 2 mph in the middle lane.  The caller followed this vehicle to the...

Possible Scam

The Hooksett Police Department was informed today that a local business received a call from someone stating to be from the Town Clerk’s office. The caller claimed to be selling advertising in a business directory that the Town of Hooksett was supposedly publishing....