Antrim police log: Jan. 16, 2014
Monday, Jan. 6
Motor vehicle crash: At 7:30 a.m., dispatch was advised of a single car crash on Concord Street near the rest area. Upon arrival, police said a white 2009 Kia Sedona was off the road on the northbound side and partially down the embankment. Police assisted all occupants out of the vehicle and had a tow company pull the vehicle out of the snowbank. Damage to the vehicle consisted of center front undercarriage and body damage. There was also damage to a State of New Hampshire highway marker. Neither the operator, James Cooney, 71, of Rindge, nor the passengers were injured.
Motor vehicle crash: At 9 a.m., dispatch was advised of a motor vehicle crash initially thought to be a two-car crash hit-and-run. Police said they spoke with the operator, Matthew J. Lapan, 21, of Londonderry, who stated his was a single-car crash involving a guard rail. The vehicle, a silver 2005 Acura, sustained body and wheel damage to the passenger’s side and the vehicle was towed. There were no reported injuries.
Thursday, Jan. 9
Arrest: At 3:28 p.m., Paul Sanguedolce, 39, of Washington turned himself in to Antrim police on a warrant out of their department, charging him with reckless conduct. On Dec. 8, 2013, Sanguedolce allegedly went into the T-Bird Mini Mart on Concord Street in Antrim and entered the Dunkin’ Donuts bathroom. After Sanguedolce stayed in the bathroom for more than an hour, Dunkin’ Donuts employees called police. Officer John Storro responded to the Mini Mart and gained entrance to the bathroom; he allegedly found Sanguedolce down on the bathroom floor, still breathing but in a seizure-like state. A hypodermic needle was allegedly found underneath Sanguedolce’s body; an ambulance was called to take Sanguedolce to Monadnock Community Hospital. Sanguedolce was released on $2,500 personal recognizance on Jan. 9, with a court date of Jan. 23 at the 6th Circuit Court, Hillsborough.
Friday, Jan. 10
Motor vehicle crash: At 7:35 a.m., police responded to Clinton Road near Murphy’s restaurant and found a grey 2009 Nissan Sentra that had slid off the roadway. The operator, Angelica Bonilla, 26, of Brockton, Mass., did not sustain any injuries and her vehicle was pulled back onto the roadway. Bonilla was able to drive the car from the scene.
Sunday, Jan. 12
Motor vehicle crash: At 7 a.m., police responded to a single-car motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Concord Street and Old Turnpike Road. A grey 2000 Chevy van had slid off the roadway and sustained minor damage. The operator, Gandy J. Dlubac Terrero, 32, of Manchester, did not sustain any injuries. The vehicle was later removed by a tow company when it was found to be inoperable.
Motor vehicle crash: At 7:28 a.m., police responded to a single-car motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Keene Road and Clinton Road. The vehicle, a black 2002 Honda Accord, went off the road into a snowbank and was towed from the scene because it was inoperable due to front-end damage. Police said the operator, Valerie King, 20, of Gorham, was uninjured.