On October 9th, 2014 Officer Buker arrested Patrick Griffin (31 years old) for stalking.  At the time of arrest GRIFFIN was in the company of his girlfriend who he was ordered to have no contact with, through a criminal bail order of protection.  GRIFFIN was subsequently released on personal recognizance bail.

On October 16th, 2014 at approximately 8:30 AM, Officer Buker observed a vehicle traveling on Hooksett Road, operated by GRIFFIN.  Officer Buker visually identified the passenger as GRIFFIN’s girlfriend.  Officer Buker knew from the previous arrest that GRIFFIN was ordered to have no contact with his girlfriend.  Officer Buker stopped the vehicle and confirmed the order was still active.  GRIFFIN was taken into custody and charged with stalking.  GRIFFIN was arraigned today at the Concord District Court and held on $1,000.00 cash bail.

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Sergeant Jake Robie #39

On November 5th, 2014 at 6:30 PM, the Hooksett Police Department is hosting a presentation on Neighborhood Watch / Crime Prevention at the Hooksett Public Library.  We will be covering how neighborhood watch works and steps you can take to prevent your homes and vehicles against criminal acts.

If you cannot attend this presentation and would like to learn more about our neighborhood watch program please contact Sergeant Jake Robie at 624-1560 Ext. 413, or by e-mail at JROBIE@HOOKSETTPOLICE.ORG.

Sergeant Jake Robie #39

On October 14, 2014 at approximately 2:55 pm Officers responded to Target located at 100 Quality Drive for a report of a female shoplifter in custody.  When Officers arrived they identified the female as:

Jasmine Drouin, 18

A brief investigation revealed that Drouin had concealed pieces of merchandise in her purse and then left the store without paying for them.  She was confronted by Target lost prevention and cooperated with them as police responded.  Drouin was charged with willful concealment and later released on personal recognizance bail.

Sgt. Sargent

On October 13th, 2014 at 4:06 PM, Officer Byers stopped a 1998 GMC Yukon in the parking lot of the Sunoco, located at 1248 Hooksett Road, based on a hit he received after running the license plate from his Mobile Data Terminal.    The driver of the vehicle was identified as:           GILBERT

Cynthia Gilbert, 37 years old

When Officer Byers asked GILBERT for her driver’s license GILBERT told him her license was suspended.  GILBERT also told Officer Byers that she had marijuana in the vehicle which he recovered.  GILBERT was arrested for Operating After Revocation or Suspension and Possession of a Controlled Drug.  GILBERT was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court tin Hooksett on November 19th, 2014.

Sergeant Jake Robie #39

On October 12, at approximately 11:43 am Hooksett Police responded to Kohl’s located at 200 Quality Drive in Hooksett for a reported shoplifter in custody.  When Officers arrived they identified the suspect as:

Arnold Rolisa Arnold, 62

According to employees at Kohl’s, Arnold concealed several items from the store after removing the tags and attempted to leave the store.  Kohl’s employee’s stopped her as she left the store and she cooperated with them until police arrived.  Arnold was taken into custody and was charged with willful concealment.  Arnold was released on personal recognizance bail.

Sgt. Sargent

On October 12th, 2014, Officer Scarpino stopped a vehicle on Joanne Drive for a motor vehicle violation. The operator of the vehicle was identified as:

Rhonda Wilkins Hickey (48 years old)

Officer Scarpino believed WILKINS HICKEY had consumed alcohol and asked her to perform standard field sobriety tests. WILKINS HICKEY agreed and failed the tests.  WILKINS HICKEY was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drug.  She was released on $1,500.00 personal recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on October 29th, 2014.

Sgt. Robie

On October 12, at approximately 8:57 am Hooksett Police responded to Market Basket located on 30 Market Drive in Hooksett for a reported shoplifter in custody.  When Officers arrived they identified the suspect as:

papanicolau Athanasia Papanicolau, 75

 According to employees at Market Basket, Papanicolau had purchased several items but had hidden several others under her purse as she checked out.  Papanicolau then attempted to leave the store with these unpaid items.  Papanicolau was confronted by Market Basket employees who she cooperated with until police arrived.  Papanicolau was taken into custody and charged with willful concealment.  Papanicolau was released on personal recognizance bail.

Sgt. Sargent

On October 9, 2014 at approximately 8:50 am Hooksett Police pulled over a vehicle in the parking lot of the Santander bank at 1292 Hooksett Road for avoiding a traffic control device.  While on the stop a license check was performed on the operator of the vehicle:

Patrick Griffin, 31

This check revealed that a criminal bail order of protection was currently active. This order prevented him from having any contact with his girlfriend.  Officers identified a passenger in the vehicle as Griffin’s girlfriend who he was supposed to have no contact with.  Griffin was taken into custody and charged with stalking.  Griffin was video arraigned at the Concord District court and released on personal recognizance bail.

Sgt. Sargent

Suspect

In the early morning hours of October 6, the Hooksett Police responded to a reported burglary at K-Mart. Employees discovered that the business had been broken into and a display case had been entered. Among the merchandise that is confirmed stolen are two laptop computers. The suspect seen on surveillance footage appears to have worn a hooded sweatshirt or rain jacket with matching pants, goggles and white footwear. If anyone has information as to the identity of the suspect, please contact the Hooksett Police at 624-1560.

Det. Dean Lombardo

On September 30, 2014 at approximately 2:50 pm Officer responded to Kmart for a report of a female shoplifter in custody.  When Officers arrived they identified the female as:

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Juliet Louise Mann, 19

After an investigation it was found that Mann had selected several items while shopping in Kmart and then concealed them in a bag and walked out of the store.  Mann was confronted by Kmart employee’s  and was asked to come back into the store.  Mann complied and waited for police to arrive.  Mann was charged with Willful Concealment and was bailed on personal recognizance.

 

Sgt. Sargent