Dublin police log: April 22, 2014


Sunday, March 23

Arrest: At 2:10 p.m., police received a report of a motorist on Route 101 throwing objects from their vehicle. Police located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. During the investigation, police observed bottles of alcohol in the vehicle and subsequently arrested the operator, Corey Fifield, 20, of Loudon . Police charged Fifield with illegal possession of alcohol, underage transportation of alcohol and littering. Fifield was released on $1,000 personal recognizance with a court date of May 6 at the 8th Circuit Court, Jaffrey.

Monday, March 24

Motor vehicle crash: At 11:15 p.m., police responded to a motor vehicle crash on Route 101 near the Friendly Farm, after receiving reports of an erratic operator on Route 101. Police located the vehicle, which had crashed into a snowbank alongside the road. The cause of the crash and erratic driving was determined to be a medical issue. The operator, Philip Goodnow, 49, of Marlborough, had reportedly experienced a medical condition, which led to the erratic driving. Dublin ambulance assisted Goodnow, who was not sent to the hospital. Goodnow did not sustain any injuries, however, his vehicle was towed from the scene.

Thursday, March 27

Motor vehicle crash: At 4:05 p.m., police responded to a motor vehicle crash on Upper Jaffrey Road. The operator, Albert Handy, 89, of Dublin, reportedly swerved to avoid an animal in the road and struck a tree with the front-end of the vehicle. Handy was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital by Peterborough Rescue after he complained of neck and back pain. His vehicle was a total loss, and was towed from the scene.

Friday, March 28

Motor vehicle crash: At 5:40 a.m., police responded to a motor vehicle crash on Route 101 after the operator, Timothy Grennon, 50, of Ballston Lake, N.Y., lost control of the vehicle after driving on an icy patch of road and went off the roadway. Witnesses reported that the vehicle rolled several times before coming to rest off the roadway. Grennon and his son, Tyler, 22, also in the vehicle, refused medical treatment. Grennon’s Ford pick up truck sustained significant damage and was towed from the scene.

Saturday, April 12

Missing persons: At 6:50 p.m., police received a report of two Boy Scouts from Massachusetts who had become separated from their troop while descending Mount Monadnock and became lost. Boy Scout leaders, Dublin police and N.H. Department of Fish and Game began a search with the assistance of 911 operators, who used the juvenile’s cell phone to help locate them. The juveniles were located unharmed on a trail.

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