New Ipswich Police Logs: April 30, 2013
Thursday, April 11
Suspicious person: At 12:07 p.m., police were advised by a resident of Davis Village Road that he has had issues with someone throwing rocks at the back windows of his home. The homeowner did not see anyone in the area. Police advised the homeowner that they will patrol the area.
Safe-school report: At 2 p.m., police were advised a student’s personal property had been left on a file cabinet in a classroom. At the end of class, the property was missing and was found in another student’s backpack. The incident was handled internally by Mascenic High School.
Suspicious person: At 7:54 p.m., a Davis Village Road resident called to report rocks being thrown at the front of his house. Police checked the home but did not note any damage. Police searched the area with no results.
Stranded motorist: At 8:25 p.m., police checked on a stranded motorist in front of Mascenic Regional High School who ran out of gas. The driver’s boyfriend brought fuel and she drove away.
Friday, April 12
Parking violation: At 11:35 a.m., a resident advised police that multiple vehicles were parking illegally on River Road across from Warwick Mills. Police spoke with Warwick Mills representatives and advised them to remove the vehicles from that intersection.
Saturday, April 13
Suspicious person: At 3:30 p.m., a woman reported that while at a store at the Newest Mall, a white male, described as being 5’11”, in his 50s, approached her. She said the man, who identified himself as Mark, touched her arms and legs and made her uncomfortable. Police were unable to locate the man.
Sunday, April 14
Animal control complaint: At 2:31 p.m., police responded to Appleton Road for a report of a stray dog. Police were unable to locate the animal.
Assist: At 3:06 p.m., police responded to Old Tenney Road to assist Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service with a patient who had fallen out of bed and wasn’t breathing. Souhegan Valley medical representatives started CPR and transported the patient to Monadnock Community Hospital.
Fraud: At 9:52 p.m., a Vaillancourt Drive resident reported a person who came to his residence in regard to a Craigs List ad. The resident had not posted the ad, and has had similar incidents in the past. Police are investigating.
Tuesday, April 16
Animal control complaint: At 10:20 a.m., police were advised a motorist had hit and killed a deer in the area of Timbertop Road. Police picked up the carcass and notified N.H. Fish and Game.
Animal control complaint: At 12:23 p.m., a Public Service of New Hampshire worker contacted police and advised them of a loose dog on Timbertop Road in the location of his work site. The owner was contacted.
Thursday, April 18
Reckless driving: At 5:49 a.m., police were advised by a resident that a gray station wagon had almost hit him while he was driving on Turnpike Road. At 6:08 a.m., police received a call from Townsend, Mass., police stating that they had received a call about the same vehicle and had stopped it in Townsend. The driver, a female juvenile, told police she had hit a sign somewhere on Route 124. The driver was not found to be impaired, just extremely tired. She told police she did not call 911 after hitting the sign because she was in a black area for cell service.
Juvenile complaint: At 12:43 p.m., police were notified about a Mascenic Regional High School student who was refusing to follow directives. The boy’s mother arrived on the scene and took care of the student.
Animal control complaint: At 12:54, police were advised that a juvenile had been bitten by the family dog. The dog’s rabies shot is up to date.
Welfare check: At 2:28 p.m., a resident called to report that an acquaintance told her that he was going to jump off a high bridge. Police checked the area and did not find anyone. After investigation, police determined the man was in Manchester and Manchester police were contacted.
Vandalism: At 7:35 p.m., while patrolling the skate park at the playground on Temple Road, police found fresh spray paint on the ground and ramps.