On November 28th, 2013 Hooksett Officers responded to a residence on Marlette Ave, where they discovered the home had been burglarized. Furniture, appliances and other household items had been stolen. Officers investigated and found several of the stolen items at a nearby residence in the possession of Jotnell St. Pierre 19, currently of Manchester and his wife, Maranda Gingras St. Pierre 22, of Manchester. Hooksett Detectives continued the investigation and found Jotnell St. Pierre had pawned an item stolen in the burglary at a pawn shop in Manchester.

Arrest Warrants were completed charging Jotnell and Maranda with Receiving Stolen Property.

On January 22, 2014 Jotnell St. Pierre was arrested on the warrant. He is currently being held at the Hillsborough County House of Corrections on an unrelated charge pending trial for this case.

There is an active arrest warrant for Maranda Gingras St. Pierre. Police are urging her to turn herself in.


Sergeant Janet Bouchard# 60

lavigneOn January 26, 2014 at approximately 2:28 am Officers responded to a domestic disturbance at 1328 Hooksett Rd.  When Officers arrived they were told by the victim that she had been assaulted by Kurtis Lavigne 29 of Hooksett. Lavigne fled the area prior to police arrival.  The area was checked and Lavinge was found hiding in a tree house in the woods.  Lavigne was charged with Domestic Violence related Simple Assault.  Lavigne was bail on Personal Recognizance in the amount of $2,000.00 and a court date of February 19, 2014.

Sgt. Dupuis



On January 27, 2014, Officer Drouin stopped a 2000 Saturn LS at RK Plaza on Hooksett Road for a motor vehicle violation. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Shawn Roberts (26 years old from Hooksett, NH).  A license check revealed Roberts’ NH driver’s license was suspended. Robert’s was arrested and bailed on $2,500 Personal Recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on February 19, 2014.

Sergeant Dupuis

Hooksett Police


On January 17, 2014 at 1:20 pm, Officer Scarpino of the Hooksett Police Department stopped a motor vehicle on Hooksett Rd. for
suspended registrations. The operator was identified as 38 year old Steve Dionne of Warner , NH. It was found that Dionne’s license was under suspension for default of a court summons. Dionne was placed under arrest and charged with Operating after Suspension and Operating with Suspended Registrations. Dionne was bailed on $3,000.00 Personal Recognizance and is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on February 12, 2014.

Sgt. Bradley


On January 15, 2014, Officer Aku stopped a 2010 Mazda 3 at Cinemagic on Hooksett Road for a motor vehicle violation. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Lily Kellett (21 years old from Auburn, NH).  A license check revealed Kellett’s NH driver’s license and vehicle registration were both suspended. Kellett was arrested and bailed on $3,000 Personal Recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on February 10, 2014.

Sergeant Jake Robie #39

Hooksett Police

Along with the assistance of the Manchester Police Department, the Hooksett Police have located missing juvenile, Amber Grenier.

Amber was found safe in Manchester and returned to her family.

Sergeant Bouchard #60

The Hooksett Police Department is investigating a missing juvenile case. The juvenile, identified as Amber Grenier 13 years old, has not been seen by her family since being dropped off at the Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester on Saturday, January 11th at 3:30pm.

Amber last contacted her father, Michael Grenier, 40 years old of Hooksett, on Sunday, January 12th at approximately 1:00pm by cell phone. Amber told her father she was with a friend’s family.

Hooksett Police Detectives have contacted family, friends and school officials trying to determine if anyone has had contact with Amber. Because of her age, Hooksett Police are looking for the public’s help with locating Amber and are releasing her photograph with the hope that someone will recognize her and contact the Hooksett Police at 624-1560.

Sergeant Janet Bouchard #60



On January 12, 2014, Ofc. Auger from the Hooksett Police Department was working a traffic detail at the intersection of Hooksett Rd and Londonderry Turnpike.  A vehicle was pulled to the side of the road for safety reasons.  Upon speaking to the driver Christine Coppinger 23, of Pembroke, NH was found to be impaired.  Ofc. Drouin arrived at the intersection and investigated the call.  Ofc. Drouin conducted field sobriety tests on Coppinger, which she failed.  Coppinger was arrested for DWI and brought to the Hooksett Police Department.  She agreed to take a breath test and the result was double the legal limit of .16.

Coppinger was charged with Driving While Intoxicated a Class “B” Misdemeanor.  She was bailed on $1500.00 Personal Recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on January 29, 2014.


Sergeant Kris Dupuis #52

On January 10, 2014 at approximately 7:07pm, Officers stopped a motor vehicle traveling north on Mammoth Road near #117.  This vehicle had been seen traveling at a high rate of speed.  The operator was identified as:


Juan Zayas Diaz, 59

Hooksett, NH

It was found that Diaz’s license was under suspension for a default of court summons.  This being a subsequent offense, he was placed under arrest and transported back to the Hooksett Police Department.  Diaz was bailed on $2,000.00 personal recognizance and was given a court date of 2/5/14.

Sgt. Sargent

The Hooksett Police Department is a progressive agency with a mission to provide transparent, professional, and ethical services while building and fostering partnerships with the community to ensure the safety and quality of life in Hooksett.

We would like to take this opportunity to reach out to the citizens of Hooksett who are interested in working with us as we grow our neighborhood watch program.  We are currently seeking volunteers interested in coordinating a neighborhood watch program in their community.  The role of the coordinator will be to solicit citizens interested in becoming neighborhood watch members and be the liaison between the watch group and the Hooksett Police Department.  Once a group of coordinators have committed to the program, the Hooksett Police Department will host a meeting to discuss tips on how to get a neighborhood watch program started and discuss the goals of the program.

If you are interested in becoming a neighborhood watch coordinator for your community contact Sergeant Jake Robie at 624-1560 Ext. 159, or by e-mail at JROBIE@HOOKSETTPOLICE.ORG by January 19, 2014.

Sergeant Jake Robie #39