On December 8th, 2013, the Hooksett Police Department responded to Wal-Mart, for a report of a female who attempted to leave the store without paying for children’s merchandise. The female was stopped by Wal-Mart employees and held until police arrived.
The female was identified as Brittany Tubman (23 years old). Tubman was arrested for Willful Concealment a class “B” misdemeanor. She was bailed on $2,000.00 Personal Recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on January 8th, 2014.
Brittany Tubman (23 years old)
Sergeant Jake Robie #39
On December 6, 2013 at 1:20 AM, the Hooksett Police Department was called to the area of 25 Lehoux Drive, Huttig Building Products Warehouse by the manager to check on a suspicious Honda Accord parked at the end of the road. The manager reported a male walking out of the woods, getting into the Honda Accord and driving off. He also reported he believed a forklift was missing from the warehouse along with a pallet of material.
Hooksett Officers were able to stop the Honda Accord on Lehoux Drive. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Roland Iller (25 years old). Officer Buker checked Iller’s license status and learned it was suspended through the Department of Motor Vehicles. Hooksett Police met with the manager at Huttig who believed the forklift and pallet of building material missing from inside the warehouse had been driven down a dirt trail at the end of Lehoux Drive.
Sergeant Robie walked the trail from Lehoux Drive to the B&M Railroad tracks along the Merrimack River and located a Caterpillar forklift with a fully loaded pallet of Grace Ice and Water Shield. An investigation revealed Iller had worked at the Huttig warehouse approximately one year ago and was responsible for stealing the forklift and materials earlier this morning.
Iller was arrested and charged with two felony counts of Theft by Unauthorized Taking, one misdemeanor count of Criminal Trespass and one violation count of Operating After Suspension. Iller was bailed on $25,000 personal recognizance and ordered to appear before the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett on January 8th, 2014.
Sergeant Robie #39
On December 3, 2013 at approximately 5:56 PM, Hooksett Police Officer Michael Zappala was directing traffic at the intersection of Bicentennial Dr. and Donati Dr. due to a motor vehicle accident.
A Subaru driving north on Bicentennial Dr. operated by Karen Peterson of Hooksett, was approaching the accident scene where Officer Zappala was. Peterson did not see Officer Zappala and struck him with the right front passenger side of her vehicle causing him to hit the windshield on his left side. Officer Zappala was treated and released from the Elliot Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Speed does not appear to be a factor and the crash is under investigation. Peterson’s vehicle was towed from the scene.
Sgt. James Bradley
Hooksett Police Department
On December 1, 2013 at approximately 9:05pm Officers responded to Wal-Mart for a report of a shoplifter in custody. When Officers arrived they found:
Lauren Donovan, 33
inside the store with Wal-Mart Lost Prevention. Officers were informed that Donovan had taken several items and left the store without paying for them. Donovan was arrested for Willful Concealment. Donovan was bailed on $30,000.00 personal recognizance and she was given a court date of January 8, 2013.
On November 30, 2013 at approximately 8:30pm Officers responded to Wal-Mart for a report of shoplifting. When Officers arrived they found:
Jacob Mcdonald, 21
was in the custody of Wal-Mart lost prevention. Officers were informed that Mcdonald had attempted to take several items from the store without paying for them. Mcdonald was arrested for Willful Concealment. Mcdonald was bailed on $1500.00 personal recognizance and was given a court date of January 8, 2013.
On November 30, 2013 at approximately 8:16pm Hooksett Police received a call of an erratic driver on Goffstown Road. The caller reported the vehicle was swerving all over the road. Police responded to the area and found that the driver of the vehicle had stopped her car in the middle of the road. Police made contact with the driver and identified her as:
Carol Garnett, 56
While speaking to Garnett it was determined that she was possible under the influence of alcohol or drugs. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, Garnett was placed under arrest for Subsequent DWI. She had been previously found guilty of DWI in 2007. Garnett was bailed on $2,500.00 personal recognizance bail and given a court date of December 18, 2013.
On November 29, 2013 at approximately 10:47pm Officers responded to 310 Londonderry Turnpike for a report of a domestic disturbance. When Officers arrived they found the victim had a small laceration to the face. The victim told Officer Aku she was struck in the face with a beer bottle which caused the laceration. Officer Aku was told by the victim that:
Mark Raiche, 57
had assaulted her. The area was checked and Raiche was found passed out inside his home. Officer Aku placed Raiche under arrest for simple assault and for breach of bail as he had previously been arrested in September of 2013. Raiche was released on $10,000 personal recognizance and was given a court date of December 4, 2013.
On November 30th, 2013 at 9:12 am, Officer Mueller of the Hooksett Police Department stopped New Hampshire registration 2747306 on Hooksett Rd. for an equipment violation. Officer Mueller checked the status of the driver, Wilfredo Nieves, 36 of Manchester, and found that his New Hampshire driver’s license was suspended. Nieves was arrested and charged with operating after suspension. Nieves was bailed on $1,500.00 personal recognizance, with a court date of January 8th, 2014 at the 6th Circuit Court Hooksett.
Hooksett Police Department
On November 27, 2013 at approximately 7:58 PM, Officer Xenakis responded to Kohl’s for a report of a male shoplifter in custody. Officer Xenakis investigated the case and arrested:
for willful concealment. According to Kohl’s loss prevention Valley concealed merchandise on his person and left the store without paying. Valley was bailed on $2,500 personal recognizance and given a court date of January 2, 2014.
Hooksett Police Department
On November 24, 2013 at approximately 5:06pm Officers responded to a domestic disturbance at 25 Poore Road. While there Officers spoke to:
Brian Gaessler, 36
who had been a witness to the domestic disturbance. It was discovered that there was an active warrant for his arrest out of Laconia, NH. After he was taken into custody he was found to be in possession of prescription medication that was not prescribed to him and he was not authorized to be in possession of. Gaessler refused bail and will be arraigned by a judge on 11/25/13.