On March 3rd, 2015 at approximately 9:40pm, the Hooksett Police Department responded to Greystone Terrace for a report of a domestic disturbance.  When officers arrived they met with the adult female victim outside.  The victim told officers during the course of an argument with her brother Elias Soulios (31 years old), he grabbed her head and hair and pulled her to the ground.   The victim was able to get free and ran outside to call the police.  While contacting the police Elias threw the victims books and personal belongings outside into the snow, causing damage to two of her books.  The victim did not require any medical aid.

Elias was arrested and charged with simple assault (domestic violence related) and criminal mischief.  Elias was later released on personnel recognizance bail.

Sergeant Jake Robie #39

On 02/28/15 at approximately 1:40pm Officers from the Hooksett Police Department were dispatched to 19 Vindale Rd. for an assault and possible attempted theft of a motor vehicle. Upon arrival Officers found the property owners 68 year old Richard Bernier and 49 year old Keri McCallum had been in a dispute with the tenants at this address. Earlier that day McCallum entered the residence at 19 Vindale and had taken the tenants dog without their consent. The landlords returned and entered the residence without the tenants consent. This time the tenants were home and a dispute started. During this dispute over money owed to the Landlords, the car keys and house key that belonged to the tenants had been taken by McCallum. The tenants attempted to retrieve their property and a struggle ensued that started in the doorway and ended outside of the home. One of the tenants was thrown to the ground and he hit his head off the ground causing a laceration. The other tenant had minor bruising from the struggle.

McCallum and Bernier where taken into custody. Bernier was charged with Robbery and Criminal Trespass and was bailed on $5,000 personal recognizance. McCallum was charged with Robbery, Criminal Trespass, and Burglary and was bailed on $10,000 personal recognizance. Both are scheduled to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on April 15, 2015.


Sergeant Mathew Burke #59

On February 23, 2015 while on patrol a Hooksett Police Officer observed a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the Firebird Motel which is a known high drug use area.  The Officer ran the plate to the vehicle and the registered owner came back with a warrant.  The Officer approached the car and identified one of the occupants as:


Tiffany Fraher, 35

 While speaking to her and the other occupant the Officer could smell an odor of marijuana.  Fraher also stated that she had a needle on her in her purse.  Fraher was asked if she would consent to a search of her purse which she stated she would allow.  The Officer found several needles and crack pipes inside the purse as well as other drug paraphernalia.  One of the needles was loaded with what Fraher confirmed was heroin.  Fraher was arrested for possession of a narcotic drug.  Fraher was held on $5,000.00 cash and will be arraigned tomorrow via video from Merrimack County Jail.

Sgt. Sargent

On February 21, 2015 at 9:48 PM, Officer Byers was dispatched to a minor two car motor vehicle crash on West River Rd. at Market Dr. A motorist was stopped at the southbound traffic light on West River Rd. and another vehicle traveling south on West River Rd. did not stop in time and crashed into the rear end of the stopped vehicle. No one was injured in the crash. The operator of the vehicle that caused the collision was identified as:


  William Dionne, 50

Hooksett, NH

Officer Byers immediately detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Dionne while speaking with him about the crash. Dionne agreed to field sobriety tests on scene which he failed. Dionne was arrested for driving while intoxicated and transported to the Hooksett Police Department. Dionne agreed to a breath test which showed a reported breath alcohol content of .15. Dionne was bailed on $2,000 personal recognizance and is scheduled to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on March 9, 2015.

Sergeant James Bradley

Hooksett Police Department

On February 19th, 2015, Officer Scarpino stopped a vehicle on Whitehall Road for an equipment violation. The operator of the vehicle was identified as:

Nathanyl Guillermo, 18 years old

As Officer Scarpino was speaking with Nathanyl he could smell the odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle.  Officer Scarpino questioned Nathanly about the odor at which time he confessed to having marijuana in the vehicle.  Officer Scarpino asked Nathanyl if he could have the marijuana, he agreed and gave it to him.  Nathanyl was arrested and charged with possession and transportation of a controlled drug.  Nathanyl was released on personal recognizance bail and ordered to appear before the 6th circuit Court in Hooksett on April 1st, 2015

Sergeant Jake Robie #39

On February 15, 2015 at 6:18 PM, officers from the Hooksett Police Department were dispatched to a single motor vehicle crash on Hooksett Rd. near Hunt St. When officers arrived they observed that the vehicle was rolled over on its’ roof in the northbound travel lane of Hooksett Rd. The female operator was trapped inside the vehicle and there were no other occupants involved. A window on the vehicle had to be smashed to get the female out. The operator of the vehicle was identified as:


  Patricia Holler, 56

Pembroke, NH

 Officer Byers was the primary officer on this call and his investigation continued further when he detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Holler when she was pulled from the vehicle and from speaking with her in the ambulance. Holler was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated and she refused all testing. Holler was transported to the Elliot Hospital to be evaluated further by medical personnel. Holler was charged with driving while intoxicated and she was bailed at the hospital on $2,000 personal recognizance. Holler is scheduled to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on March 2nd, 2015. Holler was not injured in the crash and she was released from the hospital.

Sergeant James Bradley

Hooksett Police Department

On February 7, 2015, Officer Czarnec stopped a 2002 Jeep Liberty on Hooksett Road by Silver Avenue for a motor vehicle violation (Highway markings). Officer Czarnec identified the operator of the vehicle as: 


Ginger Pierro, 26 years old 

A license check revealed Ginger’s New Hampshire driver’s license was suspended. During the course of the investigation Officer Czarnec discovered that Ginger was carrying a loaded revolver in her vehicle without having a license.  Ginger was arrested, charged with operating on a suspended license and carrying a firearm without a license. Ginger was released on personal recognizance bail and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on March 25th, 2015.

Sergeant Jake Robie #39

On February 6, 2015 at approximately 4:00pm Officer responded to 130 Mammoth Road for a 911 hang up call.  When officers arrived they identified:

dufresne Jeanie Dufresne, 67

 who was intoxicated.  When asked why she called 911 she stated she was depressed.  It was determined there was no emergency.  Officers were concerned as this was the thirteenth time she had dialed 911 since 6:30am today, none having anything to do with an emergency.  It did not appear she was going to stop dialing 911 so Dufresne was arrested for a violation level offense of Misuse of 911.  She has prior history with misusing 911 in the past calendar year.  Dufresne was bailed on personal recognizance however she was transported to Merrimack County Jail as she was intoxicated and had no one to pick her up and care for her.

Sgt. Sargent

On February 3, 2015 at approximately 7:00pm Officers responded to Target for a shoplifter in custody.  When Officers arrived they identified the suspect as:


Tyler Larose, 21

Target lost prevention told Officers that while following Larose throughout the store they observed him select a pair of wireless headphones and remove the spider wrapping, a security feature and then wrap the headphones in a jacket and pass all points of sales.  Officers observed video footage as well.  Larose was arrested for Willful Concealment.  Larose was booked and then released.

Sgt. Sargent

On January 31, 2015 at approximately 8:47pm Officers responded to 33 Morrill Road for a reported domestic violence call.  Officers were told that a male had been punched in the face.  When Officers arrived they spoke to the victim who had several marks on his face from being punched.  He identified the suspect as:

casanovaAlex Casanova, 39

 Police were told that this assault originated over a family argument that turned physical.  After an investigation it was determined that Alex was the primary physical aggressor and was arrested for domestic related simple assault.  Alex was later booked and bailed on personal recognizance bail.

Sgt. Sargent