mcquarrieOn January 30, 2014 Hooksett Police responded to 312 Hackett Hill Road to assist Goffstown Police to serve a search warrant on
the residence.  During the search it was discovered that Kayla Mcquarrie, 23 was in possession of several drugs including Heroin, Crack Cocaine, and Xanax prescription pills.  Mcquarrie was taken into custody by the Hooksett Police and charged with three counts of Possession of a Controlled Drug.  Mcquarrie was bailed on $5,000.00 personal recognizance and was given a court date of 2/26/14.

Sgt. Sargent

lavalliereOn January 30, 2014 Hooksett Police responded to 312 Hackett Hill Road to assist Goffstown Police to serve a search warrant on
the residence.  During the search it was discovered that David Lavalliere, 34 had several different types of anabolic steroids that were found in the home during the course of the search.  Lavalliere was taken into custody and charged with being in possession of a controlled drug.  Lavalliere refused bail and was transported to Merrimack County Correctional Facility.  Lavalliere will be seen by a Judge on 1/31/14 in the morning via video arraignment.

Sgt. Sargent

seasholtzOn February 4, 2014 at approximately 5:32pm officers responded to Wal-Mart for a report of a shoplifter in custody.  When officers arrived they found Megan Seasholtz, 21 in the custody of Wal-Mart asset protection.  After a brief investigation it was found that Seasholtz concealed several items inside of her purse and exited the store without paying for them.  Seasholtz was placed under arrest and charged with Willful Concealment.  Seasholtz was bailed on $1,500.00 personal recognizance and was given a court date of March 5, 2014 at the Hooksett District Court.

 

Sgt. Sargent

            The Hooksett Police are warning residents about on-line and telephone scams. Recently police have taken reports of residents being contacted on-line or over the telephone and ultimately becoming the victim of a scam. One resident was contacted after responding to an on-line ad about providing home health care. The resident was mailed a check which was thought to be used to purchase a wheel chair. The victim deposited the check, which was later found to be counterfeit, into their bank. The victim was then told to purchase Money Paks and read their codes to the scammer, which the victim did. It was not until after the Money Paks were transferred did the victim learn the original check was counterfeit.

This kind of scam is common and very difficult to investigate or ultimately prosecute due to the scammers using pseudo names, e-mail addresses, phone numbers and physical addresses from out of state.

Police are urging residents never to accept checks from non-verified sources. Residents should use caution when receiving this type of correspondence and be aware of the tactics the scammers use, such as sending checks and requesting Money Orders, Money Paks, etc. be sent in return. If residents have questions they should contact the police department at 624-1560.

Sergeant Janet Bouchard# 60

On February 1st, 2014 at 7:51 PM, Officer Buker from the Hooksett Police Department stopped a motor vehicle in the parking lot of McDonalds on Hooksett Rd. The operator of the vehicle was identified as:

 

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Scott Sabean, 47

Pembroke, NH

While Officer Buker was speaking to Sabean, he noticed that Sabean was possibly under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Officer Buker conducted field sobriety tests on Sabean, which he failed. Sabean was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and operating without a valid license. Sabean refused a breath test at the Hooksett Police Department and was bailed on $1,500.00 personal recognizance bail. Sabean is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on February 19th, 2014.

 

Sgt. Bradley

Hooksett Police Department

On February 1st, 2014 at 4:50 pm, Officer Auger from the Hooksett Police Department responded to Wal-Mart for a reported shoplifter in custody. Officer Auger identified the suspect as:

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Jolene Thompson, 31

Manchester, NH

 

According to the Wal-Mart loss prevention employees, Thompson had reportedly filled up a duffle bag with several items and attempted to leave the store without paying. Officer Auger placed Thompson under arrest for Willful Concealment. Thompson was released on $1,500.00 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on March 5th, 2014.

 

 

Sgt. Bradley

Hooksett Police Department

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On 01/31/14 Officer Scarpino observed a VW pass him on Hooksett Rd. in the area of White Birch Brewing. Officer Scarpino recognized the driver of the vehicle from previous contacts. The driver was 23 year old Nicholas Santos of Pembroke. Officer Scarpino ran the registration of the vehicle and it came back as having suspended registrations to the vehicle owner. Officer Scarpino stopped the vehicle and made contact with the driver. Santos had a suspended license and was certified as a habitual offender. Santos was arrested and charged with a felony. He was booked and bailed on $5,000.00 personal recognizance with a court date of 03/05/14 at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett.

Sgt. Burke

The Hooksett Police have taken numerous reports of vehicle break-ins over the past couple of weeks. Police are urging residents to lock their vehicles when they are left unattended. The majority of the vehicles involved have been left unlocked and items were stolen from inside of them.

Police are also warning residents to keep valuables that are left inside of vehicles out of sight since they have received one report of a window being broken in order to gain access into the vehicle.

The break-ins have occurred in many different areas of the town and are not specific to one certain neighborhood.

Residents and neighbors should be vigilant about reporting suspicious activity to the Hooksett Police at 624-1560.

Sergeant Janet Bouchard# 60

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On January 30, 2014 Officers responded to Kohl’s for a report of two shoplifters in custody. When Officers arrived they found 34 Year old Tiffany Olaverria and 29 Year old Michael Johnson were in the custody of the Kohl’s Lost Prevention employee’s.  Officers were told that Olaverria had concealed two pairs of shoes and two pairs of earrings and then left the store without paying for them.  Johnson had concealed an electronic tablet and left the store without paying for it.  They were both arrested and charged with Willful Concealment.  They were both bailed on $1,500.00 personal recognizance bail and given a court date of February 26, 2014.

Sgt. Sargent

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On January 29th, 2014 at 2:33 PM, Officer Scarpino stopped a motor vehicle on Hooksett Road for suspended registrations. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Jordan Poole (21 years old from Center Barnstead, NH).  A license check revealed Poole’s New Hampshire driver’s license and vehicle registration were both suspended. Poole was arrested for operating after suspension and operating on suspended registrations. Poole was bailed on $3,000 Personal Recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on March 5th, 2014.

Sergeant James Bradley

Hooksett Police Department