Antrim police log: Aug. 1, 2013
Monday, July 22
Assist another agency: At 12:05 a.m., an Antrim police officer assisted a Hillsborough officer on Old Turnpike Road with an attempted felony arrest warrant and as a result Hillsborough police arrested a man, not the wanted party, for drug possession. The man was later transferred to the Hillsborough Police Department for booking purposes.
Theft: At 9:12 a.m., Paul Dugre of Dugre’s Repair Shop reported a car battery missing from a vehicle on his lot that he was trying to sell. A report was taken.
Motor vehicle crash: At 6:30 p.m., police responded to Concord Street in the area of Old Turnpike Road to assist with a three-car motor vehicle accident. All the cars were single-occupant and operated by their registered owners. All three had minor injuries and two of the three registered owners were transported by ambulance for further evaluation. All three vehicles sustained major crush contact damage from the crash and all three were towed. The three people involved in the crash were Jessica Pratt, 36, of Hillsborough, Mary Lee, 63, of Windsor, and Robert Mills, 72, of Antrim. According to Antrim police, Lee stopped her 2013 Honda Civic in the northbound lane of Route 202 and prepared to turn left onto Old Turnpike Road. Lee’s car was rear-ended by Pratt’s 1998 Volkswagen Passat and the collision pushed Lee’s car into the southbound lane of Route 202. Mills was driving his 2006 Chevrolet Silverado pickup when he attempted to avoid Lee’s car and hit Pratt’s car. State highway was notified and Route 202 was shut down for approximately one hour until the scene was cleared.
Tuesday, July 23
Assist ambulance: At 2:40 p.m., police assisted the Antrim Ambulance with an elderly man who was not breathing. CPR was performed and the man was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital.
Thursday, July 25
Assist motorist: At 11:30 p.m., dispatch advised an officer of a dropped 911 call from someone needing help on Keene Road. Police responded and on arrival observed two vehicles parked in the in travel lane of the westbound lane. A passing driver had stopped to assist the motorist who had a flat tire and was parked in a bad spot on a corner. The officer directed traffic while the owner of the first car changed the tire. After putting on the spare, it was determined the spare was also flat. A garage was called to the scene and repaired the flat tire, and then all parties left the scene.
Friday, July 26
Juvenile complaint: At 8:45 p.m., police responded to the Memorial Park Skatepark on Jameson Avenue for a report that juveniles were vandalizing monuments at the park. The officer met with a group of juveniles who stated they were at the gazebo “hanging out,” but didn’t vandalize anything. The officer cleared the situation without incident.
Sunday, July 28
Motor vehicle stop: At 10:53 a.m., as a result of a motor vehicle stop for speed, it was determined the female operator did not possess a driver’s license. As a result Elizabeth Gretchen, 40, of Hillsborough was issued a must appear for operating without a valid license. She was given a court date of Aug. 18 at the Hillsborough District Court. The passenger of the vehicle, her husband, had a suspended license out of Massachusetts, so the officer called a tow truck to bring the car back to their residence.