New Ipswich police logs: Aug. 7, 2014
Friday, July 25
Scam: At 1:22 p.m., police were advised that a resident had received a call reporting Microsoft errors from the resident’s computer. The resident does not have a Microsoft-based computer. The caller was attempting to sell a protection plan for her computer. The caller had an Indian accent and there was a phone delay.
Domestic dispute: At 3:16 p.m., police responded to a reported domestic disturbance on Kenneybeck Court between a parent and 11-year-old son. Police responded and ascertained that an assault had occurred prior to police arrival. Police calmed and mediated the situation, and the child was taken in by relatives for the night. Police expect charges to be forthcoming.
Arrest: At 3:16 p.m., police arrested Jason Somlinsky, 31, of New Ipswich on a warrant issued out of a Florida Police Department charging him with being a fugitive of justice. Police transported Somlinsky to Valley Street Jail in Manchester to await extradition.
Boat complaint: at 3:48 p.m., police were advised of someone launching a speed boat in Waterloom Pond. The pond has a three horsepower limit on boats. Police notified Fish and Game of the violation, as local units were involved with other calls. When police units were available, the area was checked, and police did not find any boats on the water.
Manner of operation: At 3:48 p.m., a resident reported that a 1995 Chevy pick up truck had been operating on Highbridge Road with an unsecured load of rocks. Several rocks from the vehicle struck the resident’s vehicle, leaving some paint damage. Police documented the damage to the vehicle.
Saturday, July 26
Traffic control: At 11:42 a.m., police directed traffic for a motorcycle rally to ensure safe travel.
Road hazard: At 11:58 a.m., police noticed numerous vehicles parked in the roadway on Highbridge Hill. Vehicles were parked on both sides of the road due to an estate auction. Police had the vehicles parked in the roadway park in a vacant parking lot, and requested that all further vehicles park on only one side of the road.
Community policing: At 12:30 p.m., police were part of a memorial service for the deceased Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service medic Cindy Lussier of New Ipswich.
Sunday, July 27
OHRV complaint: At 2 p.m., police were advised of numerous OHRV and dirt bikes going up and down Mason Road. Police responded and found one vehicle on the roadway turning into a Mason Road driveway. Police spoke with the children and parents and explained OHRV laws. Parents advised the kids would no longer be on the roadway with OHRVs.
Monday, July 28
Suspicious activity: At 10:11 a.m., a Greenville resident a woman had come to his home impersonating a New Ipswich police officer. The resident recognized the woman, who he knew not to be a police officer.
Lost hikers: At 5:25 p.m., two hikers came into the New Ipswich Police Department after getting lost and separated from their parents while hiking. Police assisted with contacting the parents and standing by until their parents arrived.
Tuesday, July 29
Scam: At 10:54 a.m., police were advised by a resident of a message left on his phone, supposedly from the IRS, who said that the resident owed money for taxes.
Medical call: At 11:34 p.m., police responded to Old Tenney Road for a resident who reported that he had fallen approximately an hour prior and needed assistance getting off the floor. Police and Souhegan Valley Ambulance responded to assist.
Wednesday, July 30
Manner of operation: At 12:30 a.m., Police responded to a request for assistance from Peterborough Police Department in intercepting a gray Cadillac Escalade on Route 101. New Ipswich Police met with Peterborough Police, with neither department having located the vehicle.