Antrim police log: Aug. 29, 2013
Monday, Aug. 12
Motor vehicle stop: At 8:51 p.m., an officer stopped a white 2001 Ford Van Windstar with a plate light out on Keene Road. The operator, Jon Barnette, 40, of Logan, West Va., did not have a driver’s license. A passenger also did not have a license. The vehicle was off the roadway and not impeding traffic, and was to be picked up later by a friend. Barnette was issued a must appear summons for operating without a valid license and he was given a court date of Sept. 5 at the 6th Circuit Court, Hillsborough. Barnette and his passenger were given a ride to McDonald’s in Hillsborough.
Tuesday, Aug. 13
Motor vehicle crash: At 11:15 a.m., police received a report that a tractor-trailer unit had hit a deer on Main Street. On arrival, the officer learned the vehicle was no longer at the scene. The reporting party asked to keep the deer and their information was forwarded to N.H. Fish and Game.
Wednesday, Aug. 14
Arrest: At 7 p.m. ,Christopher Liles, 21, of Antrim turned himself in on an outstanding warrant out of the Keene District Court for non-payment of a fine. Liles paid his cash bail and was released with a court date of Sept. 10 at the 8th Circuit District Court, Keene.
Disturbance: At 10:45 p.m., dispatch was advised of a noise complaint at the skate park. An officer responded and observed multiple juveniles at the park. The officer made contact with all parties and informed them that the park closes at dusk and they needed to go home, which the youths did.
Friday, Aug. 16
Assist other agency: At 3:45 a.m., the police assisted Hillsborough Police with a burglary in progress at William’s Store on the 2nd New Hampshire Turnpike in Hillsborough. An Antrim officer found the last of three men involved, hiding in the woods behind the store, and assisted in placing the man in custody.
Motor vehicle stop: At 7:40 p.m., an officer was driving south on Concord Street in the area of Mulhall Drive when a green 2009 Ford Fusion was allegedly observed traveling 37 mph in a 55 mph area and having lane control issues. The officer stopped the vehicle and spoke to the operator, Cynthia Kettle, 52, of Antrim. Kettle’s driver’s license was found to be expired and she was given a summons to appear at the 6th Circuit District,Hillsborough, on Sept. 5. Kettle was given a courtesy ride home; her husband removed the vehicle from the roadway.