On April 12th, 2014 at 2:13 AM, Officer Xenakis from the Hooksett Police Department responded to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Merrimack and Granite Streets. The operator of the vehicle was identified as:
Mark Barnette, 56
Barnette attempted to hide behind a residence when Officer Xenakis arrived, but complied when Officer Xenakis followed Barnette after he walked away from his vehicle. Through an investigation by Officer Xenakis, it was determined that Barnette was traveling northbound on Merrimack St. and struck a telephone pole causing it to break. While Officer Xenakis was speaking to Barnette, she noticed that he was possibly under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Officer Xenakis attempted to conduct field sobriety tests on Barnette which he could not complete due to his impairment. Barnette was not injured in the crash but was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. Barnette refused a breath test at the Hooksett Police Department and was bailed on $3,000.00 personal recognizance bail. Barnette is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on April 30th, 2014. Crews from Public Service of New Hampshire arrived at the accident scene to replace the telephone pole which caused a lane closure until later that morning.
Hooksett Police Department
On April 13th, 2014 at 12:48 am, Officer Drouin stopped a motor vehicle on Hooksett Rd. in front of Cinemagic. The driver of the vehicle:
Colleen Guilderson, 22
appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Officer Drouin noticed the vehicle she was operating had been traveling with only three tires due to the fact that the front passenger side tire was blown off the rim. Field sobriety tests were conducted on Guilderson which she failed. Guilderson was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. Guilderson refused a breath test back at the Hooksett Police Department and was bailed on $2,000.00 personal recognizance bail. Guilderson is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on April 30th, 2014.
Hooksett Police Department
On April 14, 2014 at approximately 5:24PM, Hooksett Police responded to Hackett Hill Road by the Toll Plaza for a report of a domestic assault that occurred inside a motor vehicle. The victim reported her boyfriend Tae Cook (24yrs old) took the keys out of the ignition to the vehicle she was operating, while the vehicle was stopped. The victim attempted to take her keys back and that’s when she states Cook bent her wrist backwards and then bent one of her fingers. The victim did not require medical attention.
Cook fled the scene prior to our arrival and was arrested a short time later in Concord for simple assault, domestic violence related. Tae was bailed on $4,000.00 personal recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on April, 23 2014. Tae was released to the Hillsborough County Department of Corrections Administrative Home Confinement Division for an unrelated offense.
On April 14, 2014, Hooksett Police responded to 200 Quality Drive, Kohl’s, for a report of a female who concealed clothing in her purse and left the store without rendering payment. The suspect left the parking lot in a silver PT Cruiser traveling southbound on West River Road. Officer Mueller stopped the suspect vehicle on West River Road in the area of the Interstate 93 overpass. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Stephanie Drewnaik (29 years old). After a brief investigation Drewniak was identified as the suspect in the Willful Concealment at Kohl’s. Drewniak was arrested and charged with Willful Concealment. She was bailed and released on $1,500 personal recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on May, 21st 2014.
The Hooksett Police have taken numerous reports of vehicle break-ins over the past week. Police are urging residents to lock their vehicles when they are left unattended. The majority of the vehicles involved had been left unlocked. Police are also warning residents to keep valuables left inside vehicles out of sight.
The break-ins have occurred in the south area of the town however all residents are urged to secure their vehicles and keep vigilant about reporting suspicious activity to the Hooksett Police Department at 624-1230.
Sergeant Mathew Burke
On March 31, 2014 at approximately 4:40pm Officer Aku of the Hooksett Police Department stopped a motor vehicle on Hooksett Rd. for having an expired inspection sticker. The operator was identified as:
Daniel Bryson, 34
It was found that Bryson’s license was under suspension for default of a court summons. Bryson was placed under arrest and charged with Operating after Suspension. Bryson was bailed on $1,000.00 Personal Recognizance and is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on April 30, 2014.
On March 29th, 2014 at 1:52 am, Sgt. Bradley stopped a motor vehicle on Hooksett Rd. for multiple traffic violations. The driver of the vehicle:
Jeffrey Pinard, 38
appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. Pinard failed the field sobriety tests which resulted in his arrest for Driving While Intoxicated. Pinard agreed to a breath test back at the Hooksett Police Department which produced a result of 0.21 BRAC. Pinards’ charge was then upgraded to Aggravated DWI. Pinard was bailed on $2,000.00 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on April 11th, 2014.
On March 26, 2014 at 6:28 pm, Officer Mueller of the Hooksett Police Department stopped a motor vehicle on West River Rd. for an inspection violation. The operator was identified as:
Tyler Richer 21
It was found that Richer’s license was under suspension from July 18, 2013. Richer was placed under arrest and charged with Operating after Suspension. Richer was bailed on $1,500.00 Personal Recognizance and is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on April 30, 2014.
Sgt. Dupuis #52
John Greenwood 59
It was found that Greenwood’s license was under suspension from March 24, 2014. Greenwood’s registration privileges were also under suspension from March 25, 2014. Greenwood was placed under arrest and charged with Operating after Suspension as well as Operating with a suspended registration. Greenwood was bailed on $3,000.00 Personal Recognizance and is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on April 30, 2014.
Sgt. Dupuis #52
On February 3, 2014 Detectives from the Hooksett Police Department continued to follow-up on a previous prostitution arrest at 10 Harmony Lane. Throughout the investigation Detectives were able to ascertain that sexual activity was occurring inside the residence. After receiving information from concerned neighbors, Detectives were able to make contact with four male subjects who were identified as, Gerard Gaynor, 68 of Canterbury, NH; James Labadini, 66, of Windham, NH; Peter Blinn, 43, of Northwood, NH; and Matthew Babich, 36, of Groton, MA. All four were ultimately charged with one count each of soliciting a prostitute. “This neighborhood has been plagued with this type of activity for a long time” said Chief Peter Bartlett of The Hooksett Police Department. “The people living there had enough and really stepped up and took a stand for the good of the community” Chief Bartlett said. Arrest warrants were granted and the four males turned themselves into the police department. The female resident, Darlene Gladstone, 49, was arrested and charged with four counts of prostitution. All five were released on personal recognizance bail. Gladstone, Blinn, Labadini and Babich are scheduled to appear in court on April 9th. Gaynor is scheduled to appear in court on April 23rd.
Sergeant Janet Bouchard #60