Monday, Jan. 6
Accident: At 6:40 a.m., a 16-year-old Dublin girl was eastbound on Route 101 near Union Street when she lost control of her 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe due to icy road conditions. The vehicle flipped over and landed off the road in the snow embankment on the eastbound lane. The driver was not injured. The vehicle had roof and passenger-side damage and was towed.
Accident: At 7:35 a.m., a 2006 Chevrolet Express, being driven northbound on Concord Street by Joshua Crocker, 30, of Fitzwilliam, collided with the rear of a 2005 Honda Pilot, driven by Kasandra Cullinan, 28, of Temple. Cullinan’s vehicle had damage to the driver’s side rear quarter panel and bumper, while Crocker’s van had damage to the bumper on the passenger’s side. Both vehicles were driven away. No one was injured.
Hit and run: At 10:42 a.m., Cheryl Zagami, 49, of Peterborough reported her 2008 Chevrolet Aveo had been hit while parked on Union Street sometime after Saturday afternoon. The car had damage to the rear bumper.
Arrest: At 2:01 p.m., police arrested Christopher Clarke, 27, of Leominster, Mass., on a warrant charging him with armed robbery, related to the Nov. 18 robbery at the GFA Credit Union. At arraignment, he was ordered held on $500,000 cash bail with a hearing scheduled for Jan. 7. He was taken to Valley Street Jail in Manchester. The following day, bail was kept at $500,000 cash and Clarke was taken back to Valley Street Jail.
Check the welfare: At 5:35 p.m., at the request of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Office, police checked a residence where a 2-year-old boy might have been staying with step-grandparents. The child was located and was fine. The California office was notified.
Harassment report: At 10:50 p.m., a Temple resident reported receiving harassing texts from her ex-boyfriend. Some messages were threatening in nature and she was not sure how credible they were. Police contacted the man and advised him not to contact the woman anymore, but he contacted her again within minutes. The suspect lives in Jaffrey, so police referred her to the Jaffrey Police Department and notified Jaffrey police of the situation.
Tuesday, Jan 7
Abandoned vehicle: At 4:46 p.m., police spoke to a Hancock resident who owns a vehicle that had been parked in the Monadnock Community Plaza since early December and was now causing an issue during snow removal. The owner said it would be removed.
Wednesday, Jan. 8
Assist: At 3 a.m., police assisted the Fire Department with a chimney fire at a Cheney Avenue residence.
Thursday, Jan. 9
Littering: At 8:11 a.m., police located a person who had put several bags of trash in a Dumpster on Grove Street. The person agreed to remove the trash bags.
Fraud report: At 11:55 a.m., the owner of a Hancock Road business reported receiving a call from someone posing as PSNH worker who told him his power would be shut off immediately if he didn’t buy money cards and send them to PSNH. He bought the money cards, but before he sent them, he checked with PSNH and was told it was a scam he should report to police.